Green Revolution : Coming Together to Care for Creation

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-03-01
  • Publisher: Intervarsity Pr

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We are facing planet-sized challenges. Climate change and environmental crises can seem immobilizing, and we can fall into the temptation of thinking that our efforts don't really matter. But it's not just about what we do as isolated individuals. It's about what we can do when we mobilize together as a movement and combine for community action.

Author Biography

Ben Lowe is cocoordinator of Renewal, a grassroots network committed to equipping this student generation in the compassionate stewardship of all of God's creation. He previously served as director of outreach for A Rocha USA, where he mobilized campuses and churches in creation care. Lowe has a degree in environmental studies from Wheaton College, and is based out of Chicago, Illinois.

Table of Contents

Forewordp. 9
Introduction Why a Revolution?p. 11
Reality Check
Incompatible Foolishness Our Plan for the World vs. God'sp. 23
Uplinkp. 34
Prodigal Treehuggers Our Place in God's Planp. 36
Uplinkp. 49
From Insulation to Incarnation The Journey Back to God's Planp. 51
Uplinkp. 66
Changing Our Communities
The Heat Is On The Current Creation Care Movement and the Climate Crisis That Sparked Itp. 71
Uplinkp. 84
Spheres of Change Where This Movement Is Germinatingp. 85
Uplinkp. 97
Transformation A Movement of Changep. 99
Uplinkp. 110
Mustard Seed Organizing How This Movement Growsp. 112
Uplinkp. 120
Molehills Overcoming Obstacles to Growthp. 123
Uplinkp. 133
Sustaining Sustainability Keeping the Movement Alivep. 135
Uplinkp. 142
A Bigger Vision
Synthesis Connecting into the Bigger Picturep. 147
Uplinkp. 155
Red, Blue or Green? The Role of Politics in Caring for Creationp. 157
Uplinkp. 164
We Hug Trees for Jesus Engaging the World for Christp. 166
Uplinkp. 176
Epilogue A Revolution of Hopep. 178
Afterwordp. 183
Good Booksp. 186
Helpful Websitesp. 188
Organizations Involved in Creation Carep. 191
A Rocha USAp. 194
Renewalp. 195
Acknowledgmentsp. 196
Notesp. 200
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