The Burning Bush: A Reformed Ethic for the North
An attempt to provide an alternative to the ethics employed in the north by many spiritual, commercial and government agencies in relation to both native peoples and natural resources, using the technique of the short story combined with relevant observations. Designed to be used by Church groups and others as a study on responsible response to northern issues based on the experience of reformed Christians in the north. Includes a study guide.
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