The Dream of the Earth

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Sierra Club Books, 1988 - Nature - 247 pages
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Essays discuss the Earth's evolution, our changing relationship with the planet, the ethics of ecology, and the future of the world

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User Review  - earthlistener - LibraryThing

Within the pages of his book, Berry overviews and examines the relationship between man and the rest of the world and nature. Within the book’s pages the author examines how the idea of man being ... Read full review

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To my mind Thomas Berry is one of the definitive contemporary Christian writers on ecology, or creation spirituality, and this is one of his definitive works. Read full review

Contents

Returning to Our Native Place
1
Human Presence
13
Creative Energy
24
Copyright

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Geologian, Historian of religion, and philosopher. A member of the Passionist order and the single most important Christian and Catholic voice on the link between faith, reverence for all of life, and the environmental crisis. His books include "The Dream of the Earth" and "Evening Thoughts.

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