Not just farming!

In a recent review of Honey & Thistles, Jim Currin, who holds the Evangelisation, Mission and Media portfolio at Churches Together in England, draws attention to the wider significance and value of the book and the thinking behind it. “Farming may not be the subject uppermost in people‚Äôs minds but questions explored like biodiversity, bees, soil erosion, farm chemicals and public health affect us all”, he says, suggesting that “what the authors have done here is a good exercise that others could replicate in their own disciplines”. For starters, he proposes explorations of the biblical narrative for finance and work. Maybe some readers might wish to take up this challenge!

Read Jim Currin’s review here.

 

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