199 Ways to Please God by Rianne C ten Veen
  

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199 Ways to Please God by Rianne C ten Veen

This book aims to increase awareness about the current state of our environment and Islamic injunctions to play our part in protecting it as guardians of Creation ( We appointed you viceroys in the earth after them, that We might see how you behave. , Yunus/Jonah [10] 14). It includes some disconcerting facts about the current state of affairs, but hopes this will serve as inspiration for positive action (oftentimes saving money at the same time). It is organised around four key areas of Islamic life (beliefs, worship, transactions and moral character), reflecting on Islamic teachings, the current situation and then giving examples of practical ways we might please God by being a good guardian. With a long-standing interest in the environment, Rianne C. ten Veen has written this book as part of her struggle for the environment. With two Master degrees and a Diploma in Environmental Policy, she is a humanitarian aid worker in her day time job and part of the management team of the Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences (IFEES) outside her day job. She is a passionate researcher and activist on justice for people and the environment.

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Format

Paperback
364 pages

Author

Rianne C ten Veen
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Publisher

Upfront Publishing

Publication date

1st May 2009

ISBN

9781844266296


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