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Bibliogr. p. 613-631.
Judaism / Hava Tirosh-Samuelson -- Catholicism / John Hart -- The earth as sacrament : insights from Orthodox Christian theology and spirituality / John Chryssavgis -- The world of nature according to the Protestant tradition / H. Paul Santmire and John B. Cobb Jr. -- Jainism and ecology : transformation of tradition / Christopher Key Chapple -- Hindu religion and environmental well-being / O.P. Dwivedi -- The greening of Buddhism : promise and perils / Stephanie Kaza -- Islam / Richard C. Foltz -- Daoism and nature / James Miller -- Motifs for a new Confucian ecological vision / John Berthrong -- Religion and ecology in African culture and society / Jacob Olupona -- Indigenous traditions : religion and ecology / John A. Grim -- Population, religion, and ecology / Daniel C. Maguire -- Genetic engineering and nature : human and otherwise / Thomas A. Shannon -- So near and yet so far : animal theology and ecological theology / Andrew Linzey -- Religious ecofeminism : healing the ecological crisis / Rosemary Radford Ruether -- Science and religion in the face of the environmental crisis / Holmes Rolston III -- Religion and ecology : survey of the field / Mary Evelyn Tucker -- The spiritual dimension of nature writing / David Landis Barnhill -- Religion, environmentalism, and the meaning of ecology / Lisa H. Sideris -- Religious environmentalism in action / Roger S. Gottlieb -- Religion and environmental struggles in Latin America / Lois Ann Lorentzen and Salvador Leavitt-Alcantara -- African initiated churches as vehicles of earth-care in Africa / Marthinus L. Daneel -- The scientist and the shepherd : the emergence of evangelical environmentalism / Calvin B. Dewitt -- Religion and environmentalism in America and beyond / Bron Taylor.
The last two decades have seen the emergence of a new field of academic study that examines the interaction between religion and ecology. Theologians from every religious tradition have confronted world religions past attitudes towards nature and acknowledged their own faiths complicity in the environmental crisis. Out of this confrontation have been born vital new theologies based in the recovery of marginalized elements of tradition, profound criticisms of the past, and ecologically oriented visions of God, the Sacred, the Earth, and human beings. This handbook serves as an overview of these exciting new developments. Divided into three main sections, the books essays reflect the three dominant dimensions of the field. Part one explores traditional religious concepts of and attitudes towards nature and how these have been changed by the environmental crisis. Part II looks at larger conceptual issues that transcend individual traditions. Part III examines religious participation in environmental politics.