In Green Like God, Jonathan Merritt gently and insightfully observes that the Creator has a lot to say about environmental problems like unclean water, mindless materialism, wastefulness, over consumption, and pollution. In fact, Jonathan writes that "in the book of Genesis, God went green and never looked back." Relying heavily on the Scriptures, Jonathan gives the case for green living, but not because it's trendy and hip. Rather, it's part of worshipful and obedient living as a follower of God.
Green Like God is at once practical, prescriptive, and conversational in tone. Jonathan weaves together surprising truths with the fascinating story of his own journey from enviro-ambivalence to the front line of the creation care movement.
Written for a new generation of Christians who are struggling with how to deal with the important issue of creation-care and green living, Green Like God is both highly relevant and theologically sound. This is the book that people of faith are longing for and need today.