In this perspective, Balthasar's account of the immanent Trinity as "a dynamic life of interpersonal love" shared by three Persons (106) is fully congruent with the history of God's constant care for creation that is attested in Scripture.
What does C4C stand for?
C4C stands for Care for Creation
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 16 other meanings of C4C in our Acronym Attic
- Command, Control, Communications & Computers Automated Decision Aid
- Canterbury 4 Business (Kent, England, UK)
- Computers for Business
- Consulting 4 Business
- Cleats for Bare Feet (greeNEWit)
- Command, Control, Communications & Computer Systems Division Backfit
- S/C4b-Binding Protein
- Component 4 Binding Protein, Alpha
- Cadet 4th Class
- Campus for Christ (student ministry)
- Cause 4 Concern (recording group)
- Centre for Creativity (UK)
- Check For Change (Firefox add-on; page change detector)
- Citizens for Citizens (Macedonia)
- Click for Click (Tumblr)
- Coaches4Causes (various locations)
- Coaching for Character (Play Like a Champion Educational Series; Notre Dame University; South Bend, IN)
- Coalition for Change, Inc. (Washington, DC)
- Comment for Comment (Myspace)
- Communication for Change (Brooklyn, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
While participating in an inter-faith Earth Day event, I had a profound experience about what it really means to care for creation.
For example, Judaism and Islam both emphasize humankind's vocation (as image of God in Judaism, as vice regent or khalifa in Islam) to care for creation.
GREEN REVOLUTION: Coming Together to Care for Creation by Ben Lowe.
There is anger at what an apparent lack of regulation or care for creation has caused.
Finally, the book review section shows how care for creation has been addressed in various ways by theological scholars in different parts of the world (such as the United States, India, Scotland and France).
Care for creation is to be exercised not to serve our own wants and desires but to serve the best interests and well-being of all Earth-community together, including ourselves.
Byline: Kristine Morris Green Revolution Coming Together to Care for Creation By Ben Lowe InterVarsity Press, 2009, $15.