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Green revolution
Ben Lowe

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Green revolution
coming together to care for creation
Ben Lowe.

Published 2009 by IVP Books in Downers Grove, Ill .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Foreword / by Shane Claiborne
Introduction: Why a revolution?
Reality check
Incompatible foolishness : our plan for the world vs. God
Uplink: Will Samson, author of Justice in the burbs
Prodigal treehuggers : our place in God's plan
Uplink: Fred van Dyke, director of environmental studies, Wheaton College
From insulation to incarnation : the journey back to God's plan
Uplink: Peter Harris, founder, A ROCHA
Changing our communities
The heat is on : the current Creation Care Movement and the climate crisis that sparked it
Uplink: Vince Morris, risk manager, Wheaton College
Spheres of change : where this movement is germinating
Uplink: Paul Corts, president, Council for Christian Colleges & Universities
Transformation : a movement of change
Uplink: Bettie Ann Brigham, vice president for student development, Eastern University
Mustard seed organizing : how this movement grows
Uplink: Janel Curry, dean of research, Calvin College, and chair, Evangelical Environmental Network
Molehills : overcoming obstacles to growth
Uplink: Ed Johnson, executive director, Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies
Sustaining sustainability : keeping the movement alive
Uplink: Jeff Greenberg, professor of geology, Wheaton College
A bigger vision
Synthesis : connecting into the bigger picture
Uplink: Dorothy Boorse, professor of biology, Gordon College
Red, blue, green or ...? : the role of politics in caring for creation
Uplink: Jonathan Merritt, spokesperson, Southern Baptist Environment and Climate Initiative
We hug trees for Jesus : engaging the world for Christ
Uplink: Ajith Fernando, director, Youth for Christ Sri Lanka
Epilogue: A revolution of hope
Afterword / by J. Matthew Sleeth.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
261.8/8
Library of Congress
BT695.5 .L695 2009

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL22665843M
Internet Archive
greenrevolutionc00lowe_0
ISBN 13
9780830836246
LC Control Number
2008046020
OCLC/WorldCat
262430782
Goodreads
6083474

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