Creating a Just Future: The Politics of Peace and the Ethics of Creation in a Threatened World
Here is Moltmann discussing the questions that matter more than any others for our world: How is it possible to create a world society worth living in? What positive contribution can Christians make in the face of the nuclear threat? What can be done to mobilize concern for the future of the environment and its natural resources?
Moltmann provides a new combination of insights from the Bible and from oriental religion as he has come to know it through his work in the Far East to produce some fresh and challenging perspectives on the primary global issues of our time.
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