New Book Reviews: May 2021

New Book Reviews on Green Christian’s Website in May 2021:

The Apocalypse of Jesus Christ: Meditations on Themes from the Book of Revelation, by David Atkinson, April 2020. Reviewed by Linda Wickham.

From What Is to What If: Unleashing the Power of Imagination to Create the Future We Want, by Rob Hopkins, October 2019. Reviewed by Peter Doodes.

Let Us Dream: The Path To A Better Future, by Pope Francis, December 2020. Reviewed by Phil Kingston.

Riders On The Storm, The climate crisis and the survival of being, by Alastair McIntosh, August 2020. Reviewed by Andrew Norman.

Christian Climate Action: Time to Act: A Resource Book by the Christians in Extinction Rebellion, edited by Jeremy Williams, February 2020. Reviewed by Rev Dr S John Harrison.

Too Hot to Handle?: The Democratic Challenge of Climate Change, by Rebecca Willis, March 2020. Reviewed by John Smith.

Whereon to Stand: The Acts of the Apostles and Ourselves, by Daniel Berrigan S.J., originally published 1991, reissued April 2009. Reviewed by Phil Kingston.



Author: Ed Beale | Date: 11 May, 2021 | Category: Book Reviews | Comments: 0

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