This Sacred Earth Religion, Nature, Environment

ISBN-10: 0415943604
ISBN-13: 9780415943604
Edition: 2nd 2004 (Revised)
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Description: Updating a ground-breaking survey of religion's complex relationship to the environment, this edition reflects the last decade's tremendous growth and transformation of scholarly, theological and activist religious environmentalism.

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List price: $59.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 11/4/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 784
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 3.322
Language: English

Updating a ground-breaking survey of religion's complex relationship to the environment, this edition reflects the last decade's tremendous growth and transformation of scholarly, theological and activist religious environmentalism.

Preface and Acknowledgments
Introduction: Religion in an Age of Environmental Crisis
Introduction to the Second Edition: Good News/Bad News
The Moment of Seeing Selections from Nature Writers Linking Nature and Spirit
from the Haibun (trans. David Landis Barnhill)
"On the Lure of the Country"
from "Walking"
"Nature"
from Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf
from A Sand County Almanac
"Nature"
"Seeing the Light"
"The Kill Hole"
How Have Traditional Religions Viewed Nature?
"The Creation"
"Death and Rebirth of the Universe" (Hindu)
"The Parade of Ants" (Hindu)
"The Five Suns" (Aztec)
"Persephone" (Greek)
from Forests: The Shadow of Civilization
from the Tao Te Ching
Selections
Selections
"Jews, Jewish Texts, and Nature: A Brief History"
from Legends of the Bible
from "In and of the World: Christian Theological Anthropology and Environmental Ethics"
"Traditional Native Hawaiian Environmental Philosophy"
"Early Buddhist Views on Nature"
"Illuminating Darkness: The Monk-Cave-Bat-Ecosystem Complex in Thailand"
"Satyagraha for Conservation: Awakening the Spirit of Hinduism"
"Islamic Environmental Ethics, Law, and Society"
"Central African Voices on the Human-Environment Relationship"
"An Aboriginal Perspective on the Integrity of Creation"
"Biodiversity and Tradition in Malaysia"
"Learning to Connect Spirit, Mind, Body, and Heart to the Environment: A Healer's Perspective"
Ecotheology in an Age of Environmental Crisis Transforming Tradition
"The Historical Roots of our Ecological Crisis"
"The Ecological Crisis: A Common Responsibility"
"Creation and the Covenant of Caring"
"Basis for Our Caring"
"Evangelical Declaration on the Environment"
"Address of His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew"
"Christianity and Ecology"
"Protestant Theology and Deep Ecology"
"The Scope of the Body: The Cosmic Christ"
"What is Eco-Kosher?"
"African-American Resources for a More Inclusive Liberation Theology"
"An Islamic Response to the Manifest Ecological Crisis: Issues of Justice"
"Hinduism and Deep Ecology"
"Beyond the Enlightenment Mentality"
"To Save All Beings: Buddhist Environmental Activism"
"Somebody, Not Something: Do Animals Have Souls?"
"The Theological Basis of Animal Rights"
"No Place to Hide: Spirituality, Avoidance, and Denial"
Ecotheology in an Age of Environmental Crisis: Ecofeminist Spirituality
"Ecofeminism: Symbolic and Social Connections of the Oppression of Women and the Domination of Nature"
"The Trinity and Human Experience: An Ecofeminist Approach"
"Ecology Is a Sistah's Issue Too: The Politics of Emergent Afrocentric Ecowomanism"
"Something or Nothing: An Eco-Womanist Essay on God, Creation, and Indispensability"
"Sensuous Minds and the Possibilities of a Jewish Ecofeminist Practice"
"Messages from the Past: The World of the Goddess"
"The Rainbow Bridge"
"The Chipko Women's Concept of Freedom"
Ecotheology in an Age of Environmental Crisis: Spiritual Deep Ecology
"The Fawn"
"The Ecology of Magic"
"Into the Future"
"Faith, Power, and Ecology"
from The Others: How Animals Made us Human
Religious Practice for a Sacred Earth
"Dance to Heal the Earth"
"Earth Gathas"
"Blessings and Praise" and "Bal Tashchit"
"Wiwanyag Wachipi: The Sun Dance"
"Worship Resources, Earth Day Sunday"
"Invocation"
"Gaia Meditations"
"Evolutionary Remembering"
"The Blessing of the Water"
Ecology, Religion, and Society
"Saving the World: Religion and Politics in the Environmental Movement"
"Environmental Justice, Neopreservationism, and Sustainable Spirituality"
"Reinhabiting Religion: Green Sisters, Ecological Renewal, and the Biogeography of Religious Landscape"
"Interview with Cesar Chavez"
"Redwood Rabbis"
"Of Telescopes, Squirrels, and Prayers: The Mt. Graham Controversy"
"Mhondoro: Spirit Lions and Sacred Forests"
"Seeking Eco-Justice in the South African Context"
"On Sustainability"
"Globalization and the Perennial Question of Justice"
"Sacred Rivers, Sacred Dams: Competing Visions of Social Justice and Sustainable Development along the Narmada"
"Statements by United Church of Christ on Environmental Racism in St. Louis"
"Race, Sacrifice, and Native Lands"
"The Cochabamba Declaration on Water: Globalization, Privatization, and the Search for Alternatives"
"Street Trees"
"Statement on Global Warming and Climate Change by North Carolina's Religious and Spiritual Leaders"
"Principles of Environmental Justice"
"Statement by Religious Leaders at the Summit on Environment"
"Declaration of the 'Mission to Washington'"
"Catholic Social Teaching and Environmental Ethics"
Suggestions for Further Reading
Websites on Religion and the Environment
Environmental Organizations
About the Contributors

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