Ecology and Theology of Nature
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Part One: Framing the Challenge
Ecclesiology as Ecology: Orthodox Insights
ECUMENICAL PATRIARCH BARTHOLOMEW
The Fight for the Global Commons
Part Two: Theological Foundations
Imago Dei: Image or Divine, Interpreting the Hebrew Bible
Ecology and the Theology of Nature
LEONARDO BOFF AND MARK HATHAWAY
Nature, Sophia and Spirit: Interpreting Creation and New Creation Under the Sign of the Wisdom of the Cross and Resurrection
St Francis of Assisi: Sine proprium and Brother of Creatures
LUIZ CARLOS SUSIN
Part Three: Environmental Challenges and Theo-ethical Responses
The Ecological-Nomadic Co-existence of the Amerindian Peoples: A Prophetic, Symbolic, and Mystical Narrative
ROBERTO TOMICHÁ CHARUPÁ
Indigenous Knowledge and Ecological Concerns: A Case Study from India
PAMPACKAL THOMAS MATHEW
Climate Change and its Implications for Livelihoods: A Perspective from the Global South
Part Four: Ecological Praxis and Christian Witness
The Protection of the Amazon and its Indigenous Peoples
Mining and Resource Extraction in Nigeria: Social Justice and Corporate Responsibility
EDWARD OSANG OBI
Concern for the Common Home: The Theology of Creation from an Inter-Cultural and Inter-Religious Perspective
For a Life-Affirming Religious Education: The Inspiration of Laudato Si’
JUAN PABLO ESPINOSA ARCE
Laudato Si’ and Feeding the World
FELIX PRINZ ZU LÖWENSTEIN
Part Five: Theological Forum
Building Bridges for the Future: Sarajevo 2018
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