This Sacred Earth: Religion, Nature, Environment

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Psychology Press, 2004 - Religion - 762 pages
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Updating a classic ground-breaking survey of religion's complex relationship to the environment, this new edition of "This sacred earth" reflects the last decade;s tremandous growth and transformation of scholarly? theological, and activist religious environmentalism -- From the back cover.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION Religion in an Age of Environmental Crisis
3
Religious Practice for a Sacred Earth 509
13
INTRODUCTION TO
16
Matsuo Basho from the Haibun trans David Landis Barnhill
24
Henry David Thoreau from Walking
32
Luther Standing Bear Nature
39
Linda Hogan The Kill Hole
46
Fanetorens Ray Fadden The Creation
56
Christopher Key Chapple Hinduism and Deep Ecology
300
Tu Weiming Beyond the Enlightenment Mentality
316
The Politics
412
An EcoWomanist
428
Irene Diamond and Sensuous Minds and the Possibilities
438
Brooke Medicine Eagle The Rainbow Bridge
462
Thomas Berry Into the Future
492
Dee Smith Dance to Heal the Earth
513

The Shadow of Civilization
69
Hebrew Bible Selections
77
Quran Selections
90
Louis Ginzberg from Legends of the Bible
110
Christian
113
Michael Kioni Dudley Traditional Native Hawaiian
124
Chatsumarn Kabilsingh Early Buddhist Views on Nature
130
Awakening
145
Mawil Y Izzi Deen Samarrai Islamic Environmental Ethics Law
158
Richard B Peterson Central African Voices on the Human
168
Stan McKay An Aboriginal Perspective on the Integrity
175
Lea BillRippling Water Woman Learning to Connect Spirit Mind Body
186
Lynn White The Historical Roots of our Ecological Crisis
192
American Baptist Churches USA Creation and the Covenant of Caring
210
Evangelical Environmental Evangelical Declaration on the Environment
223
John F Haught Christianity and Ecology
232
John B Cobb Jr Protestant Theology and Deep Ecology
248
The Cosmic Christ
262
Arthur Waskow What is EcoKosher?
273
Nawal H Ammar An Islamic Response to the Manifest
285
The Sun Dance
536
National Council of Churches Worship Resources Earth Day Sunday
546
John Seed and Joanna Macy Gaia Meditations
552
Marina Lachecki The Blessing of the Water
558
Religion and Politics
568
Wallace Environmental Justice Neopreservationism
596
Green Sisters
613
Catherine Ingram Interview with Cesar Chavez
634
Seth Zuckerman Redwood Rabbis
644
Spirit Lions and Sacred Forests
651
Ernst Conradie Charity Majiza
661
Sharma On Sustainability
681
Mary John Mananzan Globalization and the Perennial Question
688
United Church of Christ Statements by United Church of Christ
712
Coordinadora de Defensa
721
Interfaith Global Climate
727
Joint Appeal by Religion
735
SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING
745
WEBSITES ON RELIGION AND THE ENVIRONMENT
753
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About the author (2004)

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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