A New Climate for Theology: God, the World, and Global Warming

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Fortress Press, Apr 3, 2008 - 204 pages
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Sally McFague seeks to find Christianity justification for commitment to ecology and environmentalism in A New Climate for Theology. For too long, the orthodox view of God as a transcendent deity 'out ... Read full review

Contents

CLIMATE CHANGE The EVIDENCE and CONSEQUENCES
9
GLOBAL WARMING A THEOLOGICAL PROBLEM
27
WHO ARE WE? ECOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
43
WHO IS GOD? CREATION and PROVIDENCE
61
HOW SHALL WE LIVE? CHRISTIANITY and PLANETARY ECONOMICS
81
WHY WE WORSHIP PRAISE and COMPASSION as INTIMATIONS of TRANSCENDENCE
101
WHERE WE LIVE URBAN ECOTHEOLOGY
121
IS a DIFFERENT WORLD POSSIBLE? HUMAN DIGNITY and the INTEGRITY of CREATION
143
The DEAREST FRESHNESS DEEP DOWN THINGS The HOLY SPIRIT and CLIMATE CHANGE
159
EPILOGUE
175
NOTES
177
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
191
INDEX
193
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