Volume 3: Creation.
God took dirt and breathed life into it. And then there was humanity.
Humanity took life and breathed dirt into it. And now we have a mess. We
are made in the image of a Creator, and yet much of what we have created has made the rest of Creation groan for liberation. In this volume, a host of ordinary radicals invite us to think about what it means to care for the earth, and to be co-creators with a God of beauty rather than destruction.
We will see toxic lots become gardens, trash turned into fashion show
glamour, used vegetable oil become fuel for diesel engines – ugly things
brought to life. There really is the sense that maybe, just maybe,
conversion can mean that the world will look different than it does now.
Maybe its too much fun for a single volume, but the big-top circus hits the inner city and a group of intergalactic superheroes visit earth & some young collaborative artists teach us why the prophets say that a child will lead us into the dreams of God. That's what we're talking about: Creation.