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A good start
on December 26, 2010
Contrary to some of the other reviewers who felt this book was non-sensical drival, or too little, too late, etc., I thought this was a very good book. Instead of being so down on the content, I viewed it as good advice for starting out. This book offered practical advice for getting Christian churches involved in saving "God's green earth", and it gave practical advice for starting church programs that help save the environment. If every single living person in the world practiced what this book said, then our world and our environment would be a much better and safer place. You can't just dive off into radical environmentalism without having the funds and the knowledge. Besides, history has proven that anytime a person gets radical about any subject, it ends up doing more harm than good. The idea is to get Christians interested in being good stewards of God's precious creation rather than worrying about being politically correct or incorrect. For most people, you have to start small and grow. Most people don't have the "Big Bucks" that it takes to lobby, to run out and install solar energy in their homes, to go completely green over-night. It takes time and it takes money. I enjoyed this book and I believe it is a start and a change in the right direction. I wish more churches would take this attitude. Besides, if more people would get out and volunteer in established environmental programs, just think about all that could be accomplished. I really liked this book and I would rate in a strong 4.5.