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Responding Faithfully to the Environmental Crisis: Christianity at the Time of the Antropocene Grove Ethics E192

Responding Faithfully to the Environmental Crisis: Christianity at the Time of the Antropocene  Grove Ethics E192
The environmental crisis finds its roots in a modernist notion that the material world can be controlled and exploited by human technology. This has brought us to the brink of a new epoch, the Anthropocene.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781788270717
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Publisher: Grove Books Limited
Author: Timothy Howles
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This study explores the implications of this thesis, arguing that Christians have a unique contribution to offer in turning understanding into action, drawing on apocalyptic thinking that challenges the empty hope of redemption through progress. The author, Timothy Howles, is a researcher working on the application of Continental philisophical thought to theology. He is passionate about understanding how Christianity might help us to conceive an alternative future to the one that seems to be prescribed for us by secular society. He currently ministers in a church in Oxford.
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