Waste land: theological reflection on brownfield rehabilitation
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In counterpoint to the preceding papers, Paul Ede offers a reflection on the relationship between contemporary ecology and Christology. His paper draws on his experience of involvement with a community church in the practicalities of the restoration of a brownfield site in the Possilpark area of Glasgow. The paper expresses much of his personal passion about encouraging charismatic and Pentecostal communities to discover the value of creation care within the mission of the Church, and reflects on the implications of the project in the light of Christological, Trinitarian and biblical perspectives.
Ede, P. (2012). Waste land: theological reflection on brownfield rehabilitation. Theology in Scotland, 19(1), pp. 35-62.
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