The Earth Under Threat: A Christian Perspective
Ghillean Prance, Director of Kew Gardens, applies his immeasurable knowledge as a botanist and scientist and his deeply held Christian beliefs to the basic questions surrounding our destruction of the earth and what we can do to change course.
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The integrity of creation
The degradation of creation
From sin to stewardship
Is there any hope?
Actions for an earthkeeping church
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