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Love God, heal earth

Author: Sally G Bingham
Publisher: Pittsburgh, PA : St. Lynns Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Foremost religious leaders from diverse faith communities respond to the most controversial question of our time: Can we save the earth? The answer could hinge on the phenomenon of the fast-growing interfaith religious environmental movement. The author makes the case for environmental stewardship that cuts across old divisions of faith and politics. She presents 20 fellow religious leaders and eminent scholars  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sally G Bingham
ISBN: 9780980028836 0980028833
OCLC Number: 233939695
Notes: "21 leading religious voices speak out on our sacred duty to protect the environment"--Cover.
Description: x, 227 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: What if? / Richard Cizik --
The greater sacrifice / Fred Small --
Building creation on a firm foundation / Pat Watkins --
Reaching into history and finding the future / Andrea Cohen-Kiener --
From southern fried guilt to spiritual responsibility / Jim Deming --
Faith in place / Clare Butterfield --
Road to green / Woody Bartlett --
Our true nature: the Islamic concept of fitra and healing the connection to the child within / Mohamad A. Chakaki --
Loving your neighbor and embracing conflict / Joel Hunter --
One-night stands vs. sustainable change / Daniel Swartz --
Love all ways / Paula Gonzalez --
Call and response: resonance of awakening to global warming (a Buddhist perspective) / Linda Ruth Cutts --
Anecdotes from an eco-jihadist / Achmat Salie --
Creation care in a carbon-constrained world (a view from a Catholic parish priest) / Charles Morris --
Let there be light / Gerald L. Durley --
I believe three things / Fletcher Harper --
Greening our seminaries / Laurel Kearns and Beth Norcross --
On our way home / Pat Nagle --
Renewing hope / Mary Evelyn Tucker --
A monastery cairn / Gail Worcelo --
Who, if not us? Looking ahead / Sally G. Bingham.
Responsibility: [compiled by] Sally G. Bingham.

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"Foremost religious leaders from diverse faith communities respond to the most controversial question of our time: Can we save the earth? The answer could hinge on the phenomenon of the fast-growing interfaith religious environmental movement. The author makes the case for environmental stewardship that cuts across old divisions of faith and politics. She presents 20 fellow religious leaders and eminent scholars (from rabbis to evangelicals to Catholics, Muslims and Buddhists) each contributing an original essay-chapter, with personal stories of awakening to the urgent need for environmental awareness and action. From all parts of the religious and political spectrum, they come together to tell why caring for the earth is a spiritual mandate, giving chapter and verse and offering plans of action that go beyond the walls of religious congregations and out into the broader community."--Goodreads.com.

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