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Privatization of water - a theological critique and ensuing challenges for the church.

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Journal publication date03/2007
JournalReformed World
Journal number1
Volume57
Number of pages14
Pages3-16
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This article critically analyses the impact of the privatisation of natural resources, such as water and how it affects communities in different parts of the world. It also raises theological and ethical issues of privatisation, while outlining the challenges before the Church as an ‘ethical community’.