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Being anthropogenic phenomenon, Climate change, in relation to the world of agriculture, has harmed and continues to harm all forms of life on earth.
To the larger extend agriculture has become both a victim and contributor to the climatic incidences.
This book attempts to explore and propose ways through which an African Christian ethic of care can be cultivated to promote life-enhancing agricultural praxis in the context of climate change thus significantly contributing to the formation of Earth Caring community that promotes the common good of all.
Working for ELCT Southern Diocese, Rev Gabriel Ezekia Nduye (PhD) studied in the School of Religion Philosophy and Classics at the University of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa.
His research interest is in the interface between Theology and Development with special focus on African Christian Ethics and Public Manifestation of the Church in Tanzania.
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