Covid-19: Beyond the Anthropocene?
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Part 1. Reflections on the Crises
The End of an Era: On the Sparks of Redemption That Can Be Seen Even in the Dark Night of the Planet
Compassion in a Time of Pandemic
JUAN JOSÉ TAMAYO ACOSTA
Climate Change, COVID-19, and Gender Justice: Sin and Redemption in the Anthropocene
HILDA P. KOSTER
Part 2. Glocal and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on COVID-19
COVID-19 in Africa and the Violence of Prejudices in Western Representations
TOUSSAINT KAFARHIRE MURHULA
COVID-19 and the Need for a Social-Economic Transformation of Economy and Society
Inequalities and Bioethics in Public Health during COVID-19: An Australian Perspective
DANIEL J. FLEMING
Part 3. Theological reflections on COVID-19
Pestilence, Sword and Famine: Biblical Reflections on the Pandemic
Life-Affirming Theology in the Time of COVID-19: Anti-Violence Feminist Theology When Anti-Asian Hate Kills Us
KEUN-JOO CHRISTINE PAE
Politicization of Race in the Time of COVID-19: Theologising Human Vision for the Future
STAN CHU ILO
Can Corona Virus (also) be a Turning-Point for the Way We Worship?
Social Service (Diakonia) and Care: A Patristic Reflection from Peru
RAÚL DOMINGO PARIAMACHI FONSECA
Fratelli Tutti’s Message for Contemporary Religious Life
Deaf People and Persons with Disabilities are our Kapwa: A Response to Fratelli Tutti
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