This Sacred Earth: Religion, Nature, Environment

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Roger S. Gottlieb
Psychology Press, 1996 - 673 oldal
This is the first comprehensive survey of the critical connections between religion, nature and the environment. It includes writings from sacred texts and a broad spectrum of new eco-theological selections. Historical and contemporary selections from key authors and a multicultural range of sources make This Sacred Earth an invaluable teaching resource and a unique introduction to the theory and practice of religious environmentalism.

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The Moment of Seeing
15
Imagination and Desire
21
John Muir from ThousandMile Walk to the Gulf
27
Linda Hogan The Kill Hole
37
How Have Traditional Religions Viewed Nature?
45
Henderson
55
The Shadow of Civilization
63
Hebrew Bible Selections
71
The Politics
346
Vandana Shiva from Staying Alive
382
Terry Tempest Williams The Clan of OneBreasted Women
390
Carol Adams Destabilizing Patriarchal Consumption
397
Ecotheology in an Age of Environmental Crisis
403
Thomas Berry Into the Future
410
Brian Walsh Marianne B Karsh Trees Forestry and the Responsiveness
423
Warwick Fox Transpersonal Ecology and the Varieties
436

Louis Ginzberg from Legends of the Bible
84
David Kinsley Christianity as Ecologically Harmful
104
Christianity as Ecologically Responsible
116
Michael Kioni Dudley Traditional Native Hawaiian
125
J Donald Hughes from American Indian Ecology
131
Chatsumarn Kabilisingh Early Buddhist Views on Nature
147
John S Mbiti African Views of the Universe
174
Ecotheology in an Age of Environmental Crisis
181
Roderick Nash The Greening of Religion
194
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226
American Baptist Churches USA Creation and the Covenant of Caring
238
Liberating Life A Report to the World Council of Churches
251
John F Haught Christianity and Ecology
270
The Cosmic Christ
286
Arthur Waskow What is EcoKosher?
297
Ken Jones Getting Out of Our Own Light
303
Theodore Walker Jr AfricanAmerican Resources
309
Ecotheology in an Age of Environmental Crisis
317
Anne Primavesi Ecofeminism and Canon
334
Religious Practice for a Sacred Earth
445
Ellen Bernstein and Dan Fink Blessings and Praise
451
The Sun Dance
470
The Earth is the Lords
480
John Seed Invocation
499
Marina Lachecki The Blessing of the Water
507
Charlene Spretnak Beyond Humanism Modernity and Patriarchy
532
Max Oelschlaeger from Caring for Creation
537
Sharma On Sustainability
558
Catherine Ingram Interview with Cesar Chavez
586
Citizenship in Earth
604
David Spangler Imagination Gaia
611
Dieter T Hessel Now that Animals
620
The First National
634
Joint Appeal by Religion
640
SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING
655
SOME ORGANIZATIONS TO CONTACT
661
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
669
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Roger S. Gottlieb is Professor of Philosophy at Worcester Polytechnic Institiute and is widely recognized for his work in environmentalism. He has a regular column in Tikkun, and has published in popular venues such as the Sunday Boston Globe and Orion Afield. He has written and edited books on Marxism, Religion and Environmentalism.

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