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Publication Date: 21 Jul 2011
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 176
Author: Sebastian Kim
ISBN-13: 9780281063314, 9780281067039

Christianity and the Renewal of Nature

Creation, Climate Change And Sustainable Living
By Sebastian Kim
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The reality of climate change, and the challenges it presents to sustainable living, is perhaps the key issue facing humanity at present. The developing ecological crisis raises profound questions for theology, religious traditions, politics and economics. This book examines the roots and causes of the global emergency from a variety of perspectives and look at the implications of the crisis for future sustainable living on the planet. The contributors include top theologians - Rowan Williams, Tim Gorringe, Mary Grey, Michael Northcott and Clive Pearson - as well as the environmental activist John Sauven, the BBC science producer Martin Redfern and the former Secretary of State for Environmental Development, Clare Short.
About the Author
Sebastian Kim is Professor of Theology and Public Life at York St John University. Jonathan Draper is Canon Theologian of York Minster and chairs the Ebor Lectures Committee.

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