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  • ISBN 023251870X
  • ISBN13 978-0232518702
  • Language English
  • Author Ian Bradley
  • Publisher Darton, Longman & Todd Ltd (1990)
  • Pages 128
  • Formats azw txt mobi lrf
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1350 kb
  • Size Fb2 1188 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
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In God Is Green, Ian Bradley recovers the green heart of Christianity-a God who clothes wildflowers in splendor .

In God Is Green, Ian Bradley recovers the green heart of Christianity-a God who clothes wildflowers in splendor; reminds Job of his humble part in the cosmic drama; and sends a Cosmic Christ to ennoble and perfect all of creation. Bradley begins with the charges against Christianity-its alleged arrogance toward nature and glorification of man at the expense of the earth-and rebuts them. By plumbing the Bible, the writings of the early Christians and of the Celtic Christian Church, and the testimony of mystics through the ages, Bradley shows that a sacred world is at the heart of Christian belief.

Ian Bradley is a minister in the Church of Scotland, a member of the Green Party, and a. .This book (God is Green) is more theological and less practical than the second book I purchased, "Earth-Wise" by Calvin DeWitt.

Ian Bradley is a minister in the Church of Scotland, a member of the Green Party, and a frequent writer on religious and environmental issues for the London Times and other English publications. He lives in St. Andrew's, Scotland.

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Green Christianity is a broad field that encompasses Christian theological reflection on.Various resources relating to Christianity and the environment.

Green Christianity is a broad field that encompasses Christian theological reflection on nature, Christian liturgical and spiritual practices centered on environmental issues, as well as Christian-based activism in the environmental movement. And the LORD God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep i. (Genesis 2:15). A Rocha – An international Christian nature conservation organization.

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Ian Bradley was born in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, on Whit Sunday 1950 . 1990: God Is Green: Ecology for Christians. 1990: "The Penguin Book of Hymns". He grew up in the southeast of England and was educated at Tonbridge School and New College, Oxford, from which he graduated with a first-class honours degree in modern history. He remained at University of Oxford to complete a doctoral thesis on religion and politics in early nineteenth-century Britain, earning his DPhil degree. Bradley has taught in the areas of Christianity in contemporary Britain; hymnody, liturgy and worship; monarchy, church and state; and the theology of musical theatre.

God is Green: Christianity and the Environment. Water: A Spiritual History. Lost Chords and Christian Soldiers. This book is offered as a contribution to this process of rehabilitation and increasing public awareness. It is not a technical musicological study

God is Green: Christianity and the Environment. The Sacred Music of Sir Arthur Sullivan. It is not a technical musicological study. Rather it attempts to locate Sullivan’s church and sacred music in the context of its time, to explore the motives and the faith that led him to engage substantially in this area of composition and to assess its theological and spiritual impact and legacy.