The World Made Otherwise: Sustaining Humanity in a Threatened World

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, Nov 13, 2018 - Religion - 384 pages
Many natural scientists believe climate change will bring civilizational collapse. Tim Gorringe argues that behind this threat is a commitment to false values, embodied in our political, economic, and farming systems. At the same time, millions of people the world over—perhaps the majority—are committed to alternative values and practices. This book explores how these values, already foreshadowed in people’s movements all over the world, can produce different political and economic realities which can underwrite a safe and prosperous future for all.
 

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Timothy J. Gorringe is Emeritus Professor of Theology at the University of Exeter, United Kingdom. He is the author of many books including Karl Barth: Against Hegemony (1999), A Theology of the Built Environment (2004), and The Common Good and the Global Emergency (2011).

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