Examining the ways in which the Christian faith has both engaged and non-engaged with the care of creation: What are the obstacles before us?

Clive Pearson, George Zachariah

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Abstract

The product of Indian and Australian theologians, this textbook is a cross-cultural eco-theology in an Indian Ocean context. Written primarily for Indian pastors, the authors hope that it will also be helpful for a broader readership.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCross-cultural eco-theology in an Indian Ocean context
EditorsChilkui Vasantha Rao, David Reichardt
Place of PublicationDehli, India
PublisherISPCK
Chapter2
Pages30-44
Number of pages15
ISBN (Print)9788184656848
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Pearson, C., & Zachariah, G. (2018). Examining the ways in which the Christian faith has both engaged and non-engaged with the care of creation: What are the obstacles before us? In C. V. Rao, & D. Reichardt (Eds.), Cross-cultural eco-theology in an Indian Ocean context (pp. 30-44). ISPCK.