By Timothy Bloedow

Published by Freedom Press

2008, Softcover, 134 pages

“This book is exactly what we need right now. I’m rarely surprised, but the recent resurrection of environmentalism and its increasing acceptance is astonishing, and it is essential for critiques like this one to get a wide readership so the public can understand this movement.

Bloedow’s book captures environmentalism at its very essence, for it is first and foremost a religious movement. Understanding it at this level is critical at this point in history. These aren’t recycled arguments, but fresh thinking, and any time spent with this book would certainly not be wasted.” (Review by NuncVideo on