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Responsible Stewardship of God’s Creation

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"This book by a mastermind of integrating theology and ecology surveys the pressing global and local environmental issues and seeks to provide biblical and theological insights for Christians concerned with the ecological and environmental challenges being confronted today. Breaking away from academic or spiritual perspectives, the author seeks integrated solutions for sustainability of God’s creation. Stewardship is considered as the wisest option to engage in conserving creation for future generations.
The book has been a global success in the late 1990ies at times, when its topic still was outside the scope of most scholars, and has been updated by the author to the present day situation.
Ken Gnanakan from India is a widely recognized educationist and environmentalist engaged in varied projects for socio-economic and environmental development in India and through a global network of experts. His recent book “Integrated Learning” (Oxford) spells out his foundational integrated philosophy. Gnanakan is the Founder President of ACTS Group of Institutions, which integrates theology, practical skills and environment thinking in education from primary school to university level, Chairman of the International Council for Higher Education, and Chairman and Managing Director of Theological Book Trust. He is a Senior Advisor to the WEA Theological Commission and has been its vice-chair for over a decade. Ken Gnanakan is married, with two children and six grand children all residing in Bangalore, India."


Titel: Responsible Stewardship of God’s Creation
Autoren/Herausgeber: Ken Gnanakan
Weitere Mitwirkende: Thomas K Johnson, Chris Elisara
Aus der Reihe: The WEA Global Issues Series
Ausgabe: Neuausgabe

ISBN/EAN: 9783862690619

Seitenzahl: 126
Format: 21 x 14 cm
Produktform: Taschenbuch/Softcover
Gewicht: 180 g
Sprache: Englisch - Newsletter
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