Climate of Hope, A: Church And Mission in a Warming World
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Climate change is one of the most pressing moral issues of our time, and at the same time one of the most divisive. Australian authors, Claire Dawson and Mick Pope examine climate change from a Christian perspective, arguing that the science is well founded, and that Christianity is well placed to deal with the issue. After presenting the basic science and key Bible passages, Dawson and Pope reveal the economic, political and religious complicity in the present crisis. They look at stories of hope, where Christians are working out their faith in a changing climate, and finally call the reader to repentance that leads to action. This repentance means not only a change of heart and mind, but presents a clear call to deepening engagement and prayerful action in all areas of life.
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