After Nature's Revolt: Eco-justice and Theology

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Dieter T. Hessel
Fortress Press, Jan 1, 1992 - Religion - 218 pages
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Contents

Postmodern Christianity in Quest of EcoJustice
21
The Theology of the Cross
40
Beyond the Theology
57
Copyright

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affirm Aldo Leopold Alice Walker American animals anthropocentric Barth berith Bible biblical Bill McKibben biosphere Book of Confessions centrism Charles Birch Christian Christian theology Christology church Climate Change Cobb concern context cosmic covenant Covenant theology created creation narratives creation theologies crisis cross theology culture Daniel Yergin dependency theory Dietrich Bonhoeffer divine doctrine dualism earth Earth Day Eastern Orthodoxy eco-justice ecological economic ecosys ecosystems ecumenical Eduard Schweizer endangered species environment environmental Environmental Ethics environmental refugees eschatology faith feminist forest Fortress fossil fuels Gerard Manley Hopkins global warming God's God's reign Grand Rapids greenhouse effect growth Gustavo Gutierrez habitat Hadsell healing heaven Hebrew Heidelberg Catechism Herman Daly human creature I-Thou relationships Ibid imago Dei individual inherent relations Integrity of Creation intrinsic value IPCC Israel itself James Cone Jesus Christ John Calvin John Cobb John Hall Jon Sobrino Jorie Graham Judaism justice Karl Barth land ethic Leonardo BofF liberation theology liberation thought living Luther Lutheran Lynn White Marcus Borg means Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi modern myth and ritual nations Native American natural environment natural world nature's nomic nonhuman norm oppression panentheism paradigm Paul the Apostle peace Philadelphia Philip Hefner plants postmodern POSTMODERN CHRISTIANITY postmodern theology Presbyterian Church U.S.A. Protestant Protestantism Ralph Wendell Burhoe redemption Reinhold Niebuhr relations relationship Rene Dubos responsibility resurrection of Jesus Sand County Almanac Santmire social sola gratia sola scriptura species Spirit stewardship story suffering sustainable sustainable development Ted Peters theologians Theology of Liberation things thinking Third World Thomas Berry Tom Regan tradition trinitarian ultimate salvation Vine Deloria vision Wendell Berry whole creation wild wildlands wildlife World Climate Conference

About the author (1992)

Dieter T. Hessel is director of the Program on Ecology, Justice, and Faith. His publications include "Earth Habit: Eco-Injustice and the Church's Response" and "Christianity and Ecology: Seeking the Well-being of Earth and Humans".

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