Green Christian: The Journal of Christian Ecology Link. |
(Note New Title- i.e. Green Christians without the "s")
Issue 52: Summer 2003 Theology and spirituality for the care of Creation
Editorial: Kairos - The time has come by Chris Walton
- Creating a Climate of Justice - Operation Noah - the time has come - Paul Bodenham
- Out and About
Operation Noah Day at Castle Gate URC, Nottingham on 6 April 2003
- Out and About
- Walking our Talk - Edward Echlin answers the question "What has ecology to do with theology?
- A movement that cannot be ignored Indigenous people's movements in Latin America - Matthew Heard (CIIR)
- Ecological Justice and Contemplation - Clare Foster, Social Responsibility Secretary to the Church of England
- Celtic Pilgrimage - James Pender
- Christians, Greens and the Local Elections - John Collins
- Prayers -
- Only human? - Ruth Page, theologian
- CEL News Bulletin
Wind Farms.... "Until then, will you in the cities, lit by thousands of street lights and shop windows going about your daily work and leisure activities, please think of those in the country overlooked by monster machines."
Is war always wrong?
Energy loss from rooves
- Book Reviews
For the beauty of the earth: A Christian vision for Creation Care. Steven Bourma-Prediger
What a World -by G Duncan. An anthology - a mixture of peotry prose, environmental information, prayers and liturgies.
God's Stewards - editor: E Brandt
Organic Farming - Food quality and Human Health - Soil Association Report 2001
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