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Green Christianity

Tim Cooper
Green Christianity

Green Christianity

Tim Cooper

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Tim Cooper, Christian and member of the Green Party, describes the severity of the global crisis, what has given rise to it and what is being done about it, looking particularly at the fundamental changes being urged by the Green movement.;Dealing with such issues as pollution, affluence and nuclear energy, the author states their implicit challenge* Christians are stewards of creation, and can offer lasting hope for a better future.

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Tim Cooper, Christian and member of the Green Party, describes the severity of the global crisis, what has given rise to it and what is being done about it, looking particularly at the fundamental changes being urged by the Green movement.;Dealing with such issues as pollution, affluence and nuclear energy, the author states their implicit challenge* Christians are stewards of creation, and can offer lasting hope for a better future.
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Meet the Author

Tim Cooper

Senior Lecturer in the History of Christianity in the Department of Theology and Religion at the University of Otago, New Zealand.

Table Of Contents

  • Creation Unmade - The Ecological Crisis
  • To Rule The Earth - Dominion And Stewardship
  • Money Matters - The Cost Of Affluence
  • The Rise Of The Greens - Secular Prophets?
  • Bringing God Down To Earth - His Revelation Through Nature
  • The Value Of Life - Promises And Threats
  • Meat Is Murder - An Abuse Of Animals?
  • Green Living - Steps Towards The New Earth.

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  • Catalogue Code 26235
  • Product Code 0340523395
  • EAN 9780340523391
  • Pages 288
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Environment
  • Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
  • Publication Date Jun 1990
  • Dimensions 129 x 196 x 22 mm
  • Weight 0.231kg

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