The purposes of this research is to understand the religious view which serves as a philosophical background and to distinguish the world created by God that are ingrained in the early childhood education for forest and ecology. Also, the research explores on the purpose of childhood education for forest and ecology from a Christian point of view and suggests possible directions. We have analyzed annual status, research target, research material, and research method based on 168 dissertations and 37 domestic journal articles: 205 articles in total related to early childhood education for forest and ecology spanning from 1996 to 2019 to-day. Firstly, as for the annual dissertation status from 1996 to 2019, Buddhist and other religious researches have been conducted the most and research from a Christian view has been very insufficient. Secondly, as for the dissertation research targets, most of them were children and the next was literature. This shows the need to diversify by researching targets such as teachers, parents, and institutions which are major role models for education. Thirdly, as for the dissertation research materials, more basic research than action research has been conducted by a slight difference. Among those, more basic research from a Christian view than action research has been conducted but even then, there are only a few that discusses Christian philosophy. Consequently, basic researches focusing on Christian philosophy should be done in depth. Fourthly, as for the dissertation research method, Buddhist and other religious research have used various methods such as qualitative, literature, and mixed methods research—not just quantitative research. On the other hand, Christian-related dissertations were small in number but focused on literature. Therefore, research method from a Christian view should be more diversified from just literature to experimental research, survey study, culture technological research, case study, and etc.