ISBN 9789990802627
Pages 252
Dimensions 210 x 148 mm
Published 2013
Publisher Kachere Series, Malawi
Format Paperback

God's Family, God's Earth

Christian Ecological Ethics of Ubuntu

by Kapya J. Kaoma

This book explores how the mounting ecological crisis has religious, political, and economic roots that enable and promote social and environmental harm. It presents the thesis that religious traditions, including their ethical expressions, can effectively address the crisis, ameliorate its effects, and advocate social and environmental betterment, now and in the future. The ecological overtones of African traditional religions and Christianity are examined along with a discussion on African morality. Recognition is given to the conflict between ecological values and religious teachings in an examination contrasting the awareness of socio-economic problems caused by overpopulation.

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About the Author

Kapya J. Kaoma

Kapya J. Kaoma is a Zambian Anglican priest, educator and researcher.