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Green Christian
Winter 2009 Issue 68

Consider the Lilies

  • Editorial: Living from an Attitude of Gratitude by Laura Deacon
  • Churches in Transition - A new campaign by George Dow
  • ecocell by Tony Emerson
  • Community in CEL by Paul Bodenham
  • God, Monsters, and the Promise of Life by Jeremy Williams
  • Getting up in the morning and doing the right thing for the day by Stewart Hemsley
  • Weaving our Way by Iris Murdoch
  • The Cosmic Jordan by Edward P. Echlin
  • Finding the still point... by Paul Bodenham
  • Consider the Lilies of the Field by Mary Grey
  • Planetary Pentecost by Mark Rotherham
  • IT and Eco-ethics (Part 2) by Roger Shorter
  • Resource Reviews:
    • Prophets of Nature: Green Spirituality in Romantic Poetry and Painting by George Strachan
    • The Earth is the Lord's: A Biblical Response to Environmental Issues by Hilary Marlow
    • 2010 Lent Course: Love for the Future
    • Through Wood: Prayers and Poems reconnecting with the forest by Alison Swinfen
  • Eco-Justice and Ecological Debt The World Council of Churches Statement 2009-10-28

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