Our Angry Eden Faith and Hope on a Hotter, Harsher Planet.

Williams, David.

Our Angry Eden Faith and Hope on a Hotter, Harsher Planet. [electronic resource] : - Minneapolis, Minnesota : Broadleaf Books, 2021. - 1 online resource (211 p.)

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Cover Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Part I: The World of Our Creation -- 1. Taking Care in God's Creation -- 2. Climate Change Is Real -- 3. Too Little, Too Late -- Part II: Why We Let This Happen -- 4. Smallness and Myopia -- 5. Power -- 6. Inertia -- 7. Growth and Greed -- Part III: How We Face the Crisis -- 8. What Happens Next -- 9. Christian Morality and Crisis -- 10. Apathy, Apocalypse, and Moral Action -- Part IV: Following Jesus after Climate Change -- 11. Adapt to Diaspora -- 12. Welcome the Stranger -- 13. Slow Down, Find Sabbath -- 14. Live Humbly 15. Become a Vegetarian -- 16. Render unto the Republic -- 17. Embody Grace -- 18. Use Every Gift -- 19. Learn Faith, Hope, and Resilience -- Conclusion -- Nine Ways Forward -- Acknowledgments -- Notes

The planet we will pass on is different than the one we inherited. Living with our angry Eden will involve a period of sustained difficulty and disruption. David Williams, author of When the English Fall, spells out how we will be morally tested, outlines nine virtues key to human thriving in the decades to come, and beckons readers toward a faith and a hope resilient enough to face the effects of the climate crisis.

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Ecotheology.
Climatic changes--Religious aspects--Christianity.


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