Creation is Groaning: Biblical and Theological Perspectives
Mary L. Coloe
Liturgical Press, 2013 - Nature - 131 pages
If, as some scholars attest, Christianity has been complicit in the destruction of the environment, then Christianity can and must also have a role in changing human behavior in a way that helps to solve this massive problem. In Creation is Groaning, a set of highly regarded theologians and Scripture scholars offer a theology and spirituality of creation based on principles of eco-justice and environmental responsibility.
Contributors to this volume are Denis Edwards, Antoinette Collins, Dermot Nestor, Laurie Woods, Mary Coloe, and Anthony Kelly. Key elements of their project include:
Together, the authors establish a firm foundation for a new ethic that promotes the flourishing of all planetary life and a just global community.
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