Evangelicals, Population, and the Ecological Crisis

Jim Ball

The focus of this article is a review and analysis of the population debate in the Evangelical Protestant literature on the ecological crisis. Six major writings will be considered in depth. Jim Ball's overall conclusion reached is that the literature thus far has provided an excellent introduction; however, the ethical consequences of intrinsic value and overconsumption are undeveloped. Mr. Ball teaches at Montclair State University.

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