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No Oil in the Lamp

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'This book is not primarily another Christian book about the environment climatic change and the effect of fossil fuel . . . . This book is about the other half of the fossil fuel equation, not the "cannot live with it" but the "cannot live without it"...The Church as an institution is in no way ready for a post-oil world. . . . Parts of the book are not going to be an eas ...more
Published August 20th 2012 (first published August 1st 2012)
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Valerie Comer
Feb 19, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Is our planet about to run out of gas, oil, and coal? Can we continue using them as power sources at the same rate we have been? If not, when will we run out? What will happen to the way of life we’re all used to? And finally, should Christians care?

These are some of the questions Neil Hollow and Andy Mullen examine in their 2012 release, No Oil in the Lamp: Fuel, Faith, and the Energy Crisis. I’m not a scientist as these men are, so some of the details are over my head, but they make a good cas
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Barbara
Aug 21, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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After reading this book, I emerged from under the vague cloud of an impending and intangible energy crisis into an empowered understanding of peak oil issues and, more importantly, solutions.
Written from a moral perspective, it is an excellent resource for individuals and institutions seeking to make choices towards a more sustainable future.
The UK authors, Andy Mellen and Neil Hollow, integrate technical information within moral principles, creating a techno-moral crossover genre of which ho
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