For the last several years I've been working - in whatever gaps from the daily grind I can find! - on a book exploring the resource crisis from a Christian point of view. More precisely, what I'm trying to do is understand what is going on, and why, and trace the origins of the crisis to particular theological shifts - and therefore recommending certain theological (ie worship) solutions. So it's not a 'use less petrol' sort of book, more a 'pray more to God' sort of book, even though it opens with Peak Oil and the Limits to Growth.
I would benefit from a sustained conversation with a professional editor but I haven't been able to get a UK publisher interested - popular theology isn't really a commercial proposition in the UK. I thought it might be of interest to people here.
Anyhow, enough preamble send me an e-mail if you want to read it! (I've taken down the direct link so that I can do some more work)
I'd be delighted if anyone actually read it and commented :) I've had very useful and constructive criticism from some friends already and I'm hoping to have the time to incorporate responses to their insights in the summer.