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by Christopher James,Joseph A. Fitzgerald,Wendell Berry,Thoma Merto,Lord Northbourne

Author: Christopher James,Joseph A. Fitzgerald,Wendell Berry,Thoma Merto,Lord Northbourne
Subcategory: Religious Studies
Language: English
Publisher: World Wisdom (July 29, 2008)
Pages: 272 pages
Category: Spirituality
Rating: 4.8
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Lord Northbourne (1896-1982), born Walter Ernest Christopher James, was the 4th Baron Northbourne of Kent, England. It is not commonly known that the wide range of people he influenced included such prestigious individuals as HRH Prince Charles and Wendell Berry.

Lord Northbourne (1896-1982), born Walter Ernest Christopher James, was the 4th Baron Northbourne of Kent, England. He collaborated with E. F. Schumacher to bring greater awareness to sustainable farming practices and sustainable ecology as a whole. Nor is it frequently known that he was an adept practitioner of what he termed "organic farming" long before the environmental movement popularised this practice which has since become a norm.

of Lords and he took that seat on Wednesday 20th June 1934 (House of Lords, 1934). Of the Land & the Spirit draws on the three books published by Northbourne for 13 of its. 21 chapters

of Lords and he took that seat on Wednesday 20th June 1934 (House of Lords, 1934). 21 chapters. Look to the Land (1940) contributes four chapters; Religion in the Modern. World (1963) contributes a further four chapters; and Looking Back on Progress (1970). contributes five chapters. The correspondence with Thomas Merton, included as an. appendix, has previously appeared in the 2001 reprint of Religion in the Modern World and.

Lord Northbourne, the 4th Baron Northbourne, was an agriculturist .

Lord Northbourne, the 4th Baron Northbourne, was an agriculturist, educator, translator, and writer on both agriculture and comparative religion. He was educated at Oxford and was for many years Provost of Wye College in England. Lord Northbourne's essential writings are collected in Of the Land and the Spirit.

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Start by marking Of the Land & the Spirit: The Essential Lord Northbourne on Ecology & Religion: Including Correspondence with Thomas Merton as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book not only features Northbourne's previously unpublished writings, but also his private correspondence with Thomas Merton, highlighting the spiritual depth of his writings. Walter Ernest Christopher James, 4th Baron Northbourne was a British agriculturalist, author and rower who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics.

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the Spirit : The Essential Lord Northbourne on Ecology and Religion.

Of the Land and the Spirit : The Essential Lord Northbourne on Ecology and Religion. by Walter Ernest Christopher James. Twenty-five years before Rachel Carson published her famous work Silent Spring, Lord Northbourne coined the phrase organic farming and helped to promote the importance of a holistic approach to the environment.

Lord Northbourne expresses convincingly enough his horror of the social .

Lord Northbourne expresses convincingly enough his horror of the social system that seems to be growing up. The frenzy of destruction by which the nations are now overtaken must be succeeded by some new world, and a society that accepts the consequences of science but uses science to control them. The Times Literary Supplement Walter James (4th Lord Northbourne) was heir to a long line of country landowners distinguished for their public service in Parliament. An avid sportsman he won a silver medal at the 1920 Olympic Games in rowing. The author of several influential books, he coined the phrase "organic farming" in 1940 in 'Look to the Land.

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Of the Land and the Spirit: The Essential Lord Northbourne on Ecology and Religion, Christopher James and .

Of the Land and the Spirit: The Essential Lord Northbourne on Ecology and Religion, Christopher James and Joseph A. Fitzgerald (ed. World Wisdom, 2008, ISBN 9781933316611. Lord Northbourne (1896–1982), born Walter Ernest Christopher James, was the 4th Baron Northbourne of Kent, England.

Twenty-five years before Rachel Carson published her famous work Silent Spring, Lord Northbourne coined the phrase organic farming and helped to promote the importance of a holistic approach to the environment. His work, linking spirituality and ecology, has inspired a generation of writings from Wendell Berry to HRH Prince Charles.This book not only features Northbourne's previously unpublished writings, but also his private correspondence with Thomas Merton, highlighting the spiritual depth of his writings.