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Malcolm Clemens Young

Malcolm Clemens Young is a theologian and an Episcopal priest who has served churches in Massachusetts and California. Since 2001, he has been rector of Christ Episcopal Church in Los Altos, California, where he founded Ventana School. He has earned a teaching award at Harvard University and worked both as a consultant to Fortune 50 companies and at a non-profit international development institution.

Books by Malcolm Clemens Young

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The Spiritual Journal of Henry David Thoreau
By author: Malcolm Clemens Young
Product Code: H793
ISBN: 9780881461589
Product Format: Hardback
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As the most comprehensive study of Thoreau’s spirituality from a Christian perspective, The Spiritual Journal of Henry David Thoreau is the first to seriously examine connections between Thoreau’s religious practices and those of his Protestant forebears. While a few writers have considered the relation between Thoreau’s thought and Christian doctrine, this book instead outlines the links between Thoreau’s religious practices (such as keeping a spiritual journal, studying nature, and walking) and those of earlier New England Protestants.
The Invisible Hand in the Wilderness: Economics, Ecology, and God
By author: Malcolm Clemens Young
Product Code: P489
ISBN: 9780881464870
Product Format: Paperback
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Most environmental theologians focus their efforts on inspiring a love for the natural world. They seek out metaphors and images from the world’s scriptures to create an ethical revolution so that people will begin to passionately care for the earth. The problem with this approach is that most people already appreciate nature. However, the values that direct their lives at work and as consumers are more important to them. They are more likely to derive their sense of meaning and articulate their goals using the symbols and methodologies of economics. This book brings together insights from three fields: economics, ecology, and theology in order to construct a more healthy and productive picture of human wellbeing. Economic ideas have a theological history that needs to be addressed if we are to begin healing the world.