Love God, Heal Earth : 21 Leading Religious Voices Speak Out on Our Sacred Duty to Protect the Environment

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2009-02-01
  • Publisher: Ingram Pub Services
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Earth is in crisis...maybe at an environmental tipping point. And now, in an unprecedented demonstration of unity and moral purpose, religious leaders from across the spectrum - liberal, conservative, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists - are joined in one of the largest movements in human history. The goal of this great religious awakening? Healing our wounded Earth together, as one unified body of faith. Book jacket.

Author Biography

The Rev. Canon Sally G. Bingham is founder and president of the fastgrowing Interfaith Power and Light Campaign, involving more than 4000 congregations, mosques and temples, and more than 500,000 people in faith-based action to heal the Earth.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. i
What If?p. 1
The Greater Sacrificep. 11
Building Creation on a Firm Foundationp. 19
Reaching into History and Finding the Futurep. 31
From Southern Fried Guilt to Spiritual Responsibilityp. 41
Faith in Placep. 51
The Road to Greenp. 61
Our True Nature: the Islamic Concept of Fitra and Healing the Connection to the Child Withinp. 71
Loving Your Neighbor and Embracing Conflictp. 81
One-Night Stands vs. Sustainable Changep. 91
Love All Waysp. 101
Call and Response: Resonance of Awakening to Global Warming (a Buddhist Perspective)p. 111
Anecdotes from an Eco-Jihadistp. 121
Creation Care in a Carbon-Constrained World (a view from a Catholic parish priest)p. 133
Let There Be Lightp. 145
I Believe Three Thingsp. 153
Greening Our Seminariesp. 167
On Our Way Homep. 181
Renewing Hopep. 191
A Monastery Cairnp. 203
Afterword: Who, If Not Us? Looking Aheadp. 207
About the Chapter Contributorsp. 215
Acknowledgmentsp. 225
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