Faith in a Changing Climate — 2

Front cover for book Faith in a Changing Climate: A New City of God

This week we release the next ten pages of Faith in a Changing Climate for preliminary review. (For information as to how this process is being organized please refer to last week’s post, Faith in a Changing Climate — 1.)

The releases to date are,

Pages 11-20 describe the use of parables in scripture, and how parables are used in the book. Also covered are the words from 1 Corinthians 13, in which Paul says,

For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.

The goals of the book are described. They are:

  1. Understand What Is Happening
  2. Develop a New Theology
  3. Determine a Response

These pages close with a discussion to do with the critical role that energy resources play in all of life, and an overview of the ‘300-Year Party’.

Author: Ian Sutton

Ian Sutton is a chemical engineer who has worked in the chemical, refining and offshore oil and gas industries. He is the author of many books, ebooks and videos.

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