Since the climate change is directly related to the culture or to the lifestyle, it demands to change the social relations. Another important topic of the climate change is the ecological justice which is closely related to the issue of equality. This shows why the question on the human being and the ecological justice should be based on the theological issues in terms of the discussion of the issue of the climate change.
In this sense, the climate change is the matter of the theology and faith, because the object of the theology is not only God, but also the human being. Since it is the task of the theology to relate tradition and situation with each other, the theology can be termed as an answer of theology. Thus, the climate change needs to be an important theological question as well as an important theological task.
What kinds of question need to be answered on the issue of the climate change as a theological topic to the theology? Actually it confronts us with various questions. As for the most remarkable question among them is the emphasis layed on the earth as a life - game - space or as a living environment. The earth, the living space of the mankind, can be understood as the house of God where God dwells. This means that the house of God can be considered as the sum of the entire earth and all living things in it. Therefore, the mankind, who lives in the midst of life, has the responsibility to preserve this created world as the House of God.
This understanding requires Christians to live differently, that is, to pray for other people and to do the justice. What the theology can contribute in order to solve the problem of the climate change, is to provide an inner motivation not for the change of God, but for the change of the mankind himself and his lifestyle.
The inner motivation means to become Christians through their faith. In other words, it means to be human in essential sense. As Jesus carries the cross in order to save all lifes, we as Christians should also be connected with others and live creatively together with other lifes, because Jesus called us only to the life.