By Peter Scott
Delivering a Christian reaction to ecological hindrance, this ebook argues that our present-day ecological difficulties are end result of the displacement of the triune God and the following separation of humanity from nature. Peter Scott contends that this case may be decisively addressed in simple terms inside of theology. Drawing insights from ecology, ecofeminism, and social and socialist ecologies, he proposes a standard realm of God, nature and humanity. either Trinitarian and political, this universal realm deals a theological reason for an ecological democracy, based at the ecological renewal secured via Christ's resurrection.
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