New book from Friends Association for Higher Education

FAHE is pleased to announce the sixth volume in our book series Quakers and the Disciplines. Quakers, Creation Care, and Sustainability gathers over two dozen Quaker authors and scholars to address some of today’s pressing concerns in ecology, creation care, and sustainability. 

Beginning with historical Quaker themes on the subject, essays also consider developing a Quaker ecotheology, discuss Quaker approaches to the environment within academic disciplines, and share stories of sustainability—both individually and organizationally. The book includes discussion questions at the end of each section and an expansive bibliography.

We hope this volume will prove useful to study groups, classroom teachers and readers concerned about the environment, climate change, and the role of people of faith in caring for the planet. It's available from Amazon.

Rooted in deep spirituality and practical experience, the chapters canvas the topic from history to theology, from academics to activism. I have never seen the case for a distinctively Quaker call to stewardship presented with this breadth and force before.”  ― Philip Clayton, Ingram Professor of Theology at the Claremont School of Theology

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