Claiming Earth as Common Ground: The Ecological Crises Through the Lens of Faith

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$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Skylight Paths Publishing
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Pages
194
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.9 X 0.6 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781594732614

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About the Author

Andrea Cohen-Kiener is director of the Interreligious Eco-Justice Network (Connecticut's Interfaith Power and Light) and spiritual leader of Congregation Pnai Or of Central Connecticut. As a teacher, rabbi and community organizer, she has practiced the art of bringing a spiritual perspective to problem solving for over three decades.

Rev. Sally Bingham is an Episcopal priest and founder of the Regeneration Project, a nonprofit organization that created a national Interfaith Power and Light Campaign to unite all faiths in efforts to prevent the catastrophic effects of global warming.

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Rabbi Andrea Cohen-Kiener of West Hartford, CT is interviewed by Sister Rosemarie Greco, DW, Wisdom Correspondent for the Conference of Churches on WRCH radio, 100.5 FM. The program, "Rich Answers" is aired each Sunday from 5:30-6:30am. The Wisdom segment usually airs close to 6 am. The program has a listening audience of 60,000 people.

Andrea's book, Claiming Earth as Common Ground, was discussed in this interview. Its focus is the ecological crisis through the lens of faith and it clearly outlines the shared values of our faith traditions that energize our commitments to care for the earth. The book is informative, inspirational and concludes with suggested action to be taken to support and improve the environment of the cosmos.

Claiming Earth as Common Ground, ($16.99) is available through www.skylightpaths.com or [email protected].