Serve God, Save the Planet: A Christian Call to Action

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Chelsea Green Publishing, 2006 - Nature - 216 pages
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Drawing on science and religion, Dr. Sleeth builds a bridge between environmentalists and mainstream Christians and shares how material downsizing led his family to healthier lifestyles, stronger relationships, and richer spiritual lives. (Practical Life)
  

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Lots of good tips and thought provoking ideas. - Goodreads
It was just hard to read after awhile. - Goodreads
I'm sure he's a better doctor and speaker than writer. - Goodreads
A good introduction and a good reminder. - Goodreads
His primary advice was to take a Sabbath. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Sara - Goodreads

Three stars because tt has some really great ideas about conserving energy in the home. It's also really annoying to hear the author talk about his rich life all the time. Read full review

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User Review  - Joshua Hedlund - Goodreads

The environmental arguments that the Earth is dying and the theological arguments that we should steward it better were both weaker than I wanted them to be, with many questionable anecdotes and ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

J. Matthew Sleeth, MD, a former emergency room director and chief of medical staff, now writes, preaches, and teaches full-time about faith and the environment. Together with his wife, Nancy, and their two children, he helps lead the growing evangelical environmental movement. The Sleeths live in northern New Hampshire. Foreword writer Rev. Richard Cizik is vice president for governmental affairs for the 30-million-strong National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), which has advanced action by evangelical Christians on human rights and religious freedom, the sanctity of life, compassion for the poor, and protection of God's creation. Cizik, a signatory of the 2004 Sandy Cove Covenant on environmental concern, is a leading advocate for evangelical action on global warming.

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