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Author: David G. Hallman
ISBN: 2825413267
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 134 pages
Publisher World Council of Churches (January 1, 2000)
Language English
Category: Other
Rating: 4.1
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eBook Spiritual Values for Earth Community: #89 (Risk Book Series) download

by David G. Hallman


Hallman argues that threats to this world are largely based on our lifestyles, and that respecting the earth and building a sustainable community calls us to live such spiritual values as gratitude, humility, sufficiency, justice, peace, love, faith, and hope. David Hallman worked for more than 30 years on the national staff of the United Church of Canada, especially in the area of environmental ethics.

In the face of the potent destructive forces unleashed by such lifestyles, this book argues that respecting the earth and building sustainable community call us to live out such spiritual values as gratitude, humility, sufficiency, justice, peace, love, faith and hope.

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Start by marking Spiritual Values For Earth Community as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In the face of the potent destructive forces unleashed by such lifestyles, this book argues that respecting the earth and building sustainable community call us to live out such spiritual values as gratitude, humility, sufficiency, justice, peace, love, faith and hope. After an exposition of how each of these values motivates active engagement for earth community in Christian and other faith traditions, the author presents a case study of how individuals and groups are seeking to put that value into practice.

Spiritual values for earth community. The second risk is the temptation to appropriate spiritual ideas from other traditions at a supercial level. It would be an error to not take seriously enough the context out of which they have evolved and the many challenges that those com-munities face in the global context.

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sonal opinion is that each and every student and minister should have a copy. This book is intended for a general audience interested in learning more about the subtle interaction between children's well-being and the neighborhoods in which they grow up. The book should also be of interest to community groups, health services agencies, and other groups that want to support children by improving their environment. Our discussion is based on information drawn form the. Focused Study of Children and Neighborhoods (FSCN), a survey of three neighborhoods in Los Angeles in 1998.

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