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    London [u.a.] : Bloomsbury T & T Clark
    ISBN: 9780567066176 , 9780567636447
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (VI, 261)
    Edition: Paperback edition first published 2015
    Additional Information: Rezensiert in Grey, Carmody, 1983 - Christian Faith and the Earth: Current Paths and Emerging Horizons in Ecotheology, Ernst M. Conradie, Sigurd Bergmann, Celia Deane-Drummond, and Denis Edwards (eds.), Bloomsbury T&T Clark 2014 (ISBN 978-0-567-56765-9), vi + 261 pp., hb £65 2015
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Christian faith and the earth
    DDC: 261.88
    Keywords: Ecotheology ; Human ecology Religious aspects ; Christianity ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Umweltethik ; Kontextuelle Theologie
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9780567066176
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource
    Keywords: Christianity
    Abstract: Christianity has often been accused for being complicit in ecological destruction. In response, Christian ecotheology offers both a Christian critique of environmental destruction and an ecological critique of Christianity. It thus encourages an ecological reformation of the Christian tradition for the sake of the whole earth. This volume focuses such a dual critique on the content and significance of the Christian faith in order to confront those aspects that may undermine an environmental praxis, ethos and spirituality. Each of the essays explores one of the core Christian symbols, seeks to capture the current state of the debate in this regard, identifies emerging horizons for such an ecological reformation and invites conversation on the road ahead. This volume includes essays on the trinity, Christology, pneumatology, creation, anthropology, natural suffering, providence, sin and salvation, the nature, governance, ministries and missions of the church, eschatological consummation, a Christian ethos, the role of liturgy, religious plurality andunderlying methodological problems. It thus complements several other discourses in ecotheology on biblical hermeneutics, a retrieval of particular traditions, environmental ethics, animal studies, ecclesial praxis, Christian missions and religion and ecology. The volume captures insights emerging from a collaborative research project on 'Christian Faith and the Earth' in which more than one hundred leading ecotheologians from six continents participated since 2007. It builds on the culminating conference of this project held in Cape Town in August 2012.It extends the conversation on the road ahead through inputs from contributing authors and various respondents
    Note: English
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    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource
    Keywords: Christianity
    Abstract: Christianity has often been accused for being complicit in ecological destruction. In response, Christian ecotheology offers both a Christian critique of environmental destruction and an ecological critique of Christianity. It thus encourages an ecological reformation of the Christian tradition for the sake of the whole earth. This volume focuses such a dual critique on the content and significance of the Christian faith in order to confront those aspects that may undermine an environmental praxis, ethos and spirituality. Each of the essays explores one of the core Christian symbols, seeks to capture the current state of the debate in this regard, identifies emerging horizons for such an ecological reformation and invites conversation on the road ahead. This volume includes essays on the trinity, Christology, pneumatology, creation, anthropology, natural suffering, providence, sin and salvation, the nature, governance, ministries and missions of the church, eschatological consummation, a Christian ethos, the role of liturgy, religious plurality andunderlying methodological problems. It thus complements several other discourses in ecotheology on biblical hermeneutics, a retrieval of particular traditions, environmental ethics, animal studies, ecclesial praxis, Christian missions and religion and ecology. The volume captures insights emerging from a collaborative research project on 'Christian Faith and the Earth' in which more than one hundred leading ecotheologians from six continents participated since 2007. It builds on the culminating conference of this project held in Cape Town in August 2012.It extends the conversation on the road ahead through inputs from contributing authors and various respondents
    Note: English
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  • 4
    ISBN: 9780567659613 , 9780567636447 , 9780567066176
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (272 p.)
    Keywords: Christian theology ; Theology
    Abstract: Christianity has often been accused for being complicit in ecological destruction. In response, Christian ecotheology offers both a Christian critique of environmental destruction and an ecological critique of Christianity. It thus encourages an ecological reformation of the Christian tradition for the sake of the whole earth. This volume focuses such a dual critique on the content and significance of the Christian faith in order to confront those aspects that may undermine an environmental praxis, ethos and spirituality. Each of the essays explores one of the core Christian symbols, seeks to capture the current state of the debate in this regard, identifies emerging horizons for such an ecological reformation and invites conversation on the road ahead. This volume includes essays on the trinity, Christology, pneumatology, creation, anthropology, natural suffering, providence, sin and salvation, the nature, governance, ministries and missions of the church, eschatological consummation, a Christian ethos, the role of liturgy, religious plurality andunderlying methodological problems. It thus complements several other discourses in ecotheology on biblical hermeneutics, a retrieval of particular traditions, environmental ethics, animal studies, ecclesial praxis, Christian missions and religion and ecology. The volume captures insights emerging from a collaborative research project on 'Christian Faith and the Earth' in which more than one hundred leading ecotheologians from six continents participated since 2007. It builds on the culminating conference of this project held in Cape Town in August 2012.It extends the conversation on the road ahead through inputs from contributing authors and various respondents. The ebook editions of this book are available open access under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 licence on bloomsburycollection.com. Open access was funded by Knowledge Unlatched
    Note: English
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  • 5
    ISBN: 9781003147909 , 9781000587586 , 9780367707712 , 9780367616076
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (254 p.)
    Series Statement: Routledge Studies on Religion in Africa and the Diaspora
    Keywords: Climatic changes Religious aspects ; Climatic changes Social aspects ; Climate change mitigation ; Ethnoscience ; Religion & beliefs ; Climate change ; Africa Religion ; Africa Religious life and customs ; Africa Environmental conditions
    Abstract: This book interrogates the contributions that religious traditions have made to climate change discussions within Africa, whether positive or negative. Drawing on a range of African contexts and religious traditions, the book provides concrete suggestions on how individuals and communities of faith must act in order to address the challenge of climate change. Despite the fact that Africa has contributed relatively little to historic carbon emissions, the continent will be affected disproportionally by the increasing impact of anthropogenic climate change. Contributors to this book provide a range of rich case studies to investigate how religious traditions, such as Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and indigenous faiths influence the worldviews and actions of their adherents. The chapters also interrogate how the moral authority and leadership provided by religion can be used to respond and adapt to the challenges posed by climate change. Topics covered include risk reduction and resilience, youth movements, indigenous knowledge systems, environmental degradation, gender perspectives, ecological theories, and climate change financing. This book will be of interest to scholars in diverse fields, including religious studies, sociology, political science, climate change, and environmental humanities. It may also benefit practitioners involved in solving community challenges related to climate change. This book interrogates the contributions that religious traditions have made to climate change discussions within Africa, whether positive or negative. Drawing on a range of African contexts and religious traditions, the book provides concrete suggestions on how individuals and communities of faith must act in order to address the challenge of climate change. Despite the fact that Africa has contributed relatively little to historic carbon emissions, the continent will be affected disproportionally by the increasing impact of anthropogenic climate change. Contributors to this book provide a range of rich case studies to investigate how religious traditions such as Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and indigenous faiths influence the worldviews and actions of their adherents. The chapters also interrogate how the moral authority and leadership provided by religion can be used to respond and adapt to the challenges posed by climate change. Topics covered include risk reduction and resilience, youth movements, indigenous knowledge systems, environmental degradation, gender perspectives, ecological theories, and climate change financing. This book will be of interest to scholars in diverse fields, including religious studies, sociology, political science, climate change and environmental humanities. It may also benefit practitioners involved in solving community challenges related to climate change
    Note: English
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  • 6
    ISBN: 9781003147909
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xi, 241 Seiten)
    Series Statement: Routledge studies on religion in Africa and the Diaspora 7
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als African perspectives on religion and climate change
    DDC: 201/.65095
    Keywords: Climatic changes Religious aspects ; Climatic changes Social aspects ; Climate change mitigation ; Ethnoscience ; Africa Religion ; Africa Religious life and customs ; Africa Environmental conditions ; Afrika ; Klimaänderung
    Abstract: Introduction / Ezra Chitando -- African traditional religion and climate change : perspectives from Zimbabwe / Tabona Shoko -- The climate crisis : mitigation and control through Emaswati indigenous knowledge / Sonene Nyawo -- The nexus between indigenous beliefs on environment and climate change adaptation amongst the Sengwer in Embobut Forest, Kenya / Loreen Maseno & King'asia Mamati -- An African ecofeminist appraisal of the value of indigenous knowledge systems in responding to environmental degradation and climate change / Lilian C. Siwila -- Women, indigenous knowledge systems and climate change in Kenya / Susan Mbula Kilonzo -- Putting words into action : the role of the church in addressing climate change in Ghana / Beatrice Okyere-Manu and Stephen Nkansah Morgan -- The mainline churches and climate change in Uganda / David Andrew Omona -- An overview of the response of Catholics in Africa to the Laudato Si's call for creation care / George C. Nche -- Youth and climate change in the United Church of Zambia / Damon Mkandawire -- Hinduism and climate change in Africa / Elizabeth Pulane Motswapong -- Risk reduction interventions, building resilience and adaptation to climate change in northeastern Kenya : a review of the response by the Islamic Relief Worldwide / Hassan Juma Ndzovu -- The religio-spiritual and sacred dimensions of climate-induced conflicts : a research agenda / Joram Tarusarira and Damaris S. Parsitau -- African religious leaders and climate change financing / Veronica Nonhlanhla Gundu-Jakarasi -- Climate change as a multi-layered crisis for humanity / Ernst M. Conradie.
    Abstract: "This book interrogates the contributions that religious traditions have made to climate change discussions within Africa, whether positive or negative. Drawing on a range of African contexts and religious traditions, the book provides concrete suggestions on how individuals and communities of faith must act in order to address the challenge of climate change. Despite the fact that Africa has contributed relatively little to historic carbon emissions, the continent will be affected disproportionally by the increasing impact of anthropogenic climate change. Contributors to this book provide a range of rich case studies to investigate how religious traditions such as Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and indigenous faiths influence the worldviews and actions of their adherents, and how the moral authority and leadership provided by religion can be used to respond to and adapt to the challenges posed by climate change. Topics covered include risk reduction and resilience, youth movements, indigenous knowledge systems, environmental degradation, and climate change financing. This book will be of interested to scholars in diverse fields, including religious studies, sociology, political science, climate change and environmental humanities"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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    In:  Routledge handbook of religion and ecology (2017), Seite 70-78 | year:2017 | pages:70-78
    ISBN: 9781138789579
    Language: English
    Titel der Quelle: Routledge handbook of religion and ecology
    Publ. der Quelle: London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, Earthscan from Routledge, 2017
    Angaben zur Quelle: (2017), Seite 70-78
    Angaben zur Quelle: year:2017
    Angaben zur Quelle: pages:70-78
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