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Creaturely Theology On God, Humans and Other Animals

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ISBN-10: 0334041899

ISBN-13: 9780334041894

Edition: 2009

Authors: Celia Deane-Drummond, David Clough

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'Creaturely Theology' is a scholarly collection of essays that map out the agenda for the future study of the theology and ethics of the non-human and the post-human.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd
Publication date: 2/24/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 306
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.880

David L. Clough is Professor of Theological Ethics and Head of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Chester, UK. His book publications include Ethics in Crisis: Interpreting Barth's Ethics (2005) and Faith and Force: A Christian Debate about War (2007) and he co-edited Creaturely Theology: On God, Humans and Animals (2009) and Animals as Religious Subjects (2013). Many of his articles are available via the University of Chester Open Access Repository, and you can also follow him on Twitter.

Historical Approaches
Towards a Thomistic Theology of Animality
The Anxiety of the Human Animal: Martin Luther on Non-human Animals and Human Animality
Animals in Orthodox Iconography
Systematic Approaches
The Redemption of Animals in an Incarnational Theology
The Way of All Flesh: Rethinking the Image Dei
Hermeneutical Approaches
The Question of the Creature: Animals, Theology and Levinas' Dog
The Animals We Write On: Encountering Animals in Texts
Elves, Hobbits, Trolls and Talking Beasts
The Moral Status of Animals
Slouching Towards Jerusalem? An Anti-human Theology of Rough Beasts and Other Animals
Are Animals Moral? Taking Soundings through Vice, Virtue, Conscience and Imago Dei
Humans, Animals, Evolution and Ends
Ecological Perspectives
'They shall not hurt or destroy in all my holy mountain' (Isaiah 65.25): Killing for Philosophy and a Creaturely Theology of Non-violence
The New Days of Noah? Assisted Migration as an Ethical Imperative in an Era of Climate Change
Index of Names and Subjects