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Loving nature : ecological integrity and christian responsibility /

by Nash, James A.
Series: The churches center for theology and public policy Published by : Abingdon Press, (Nashville (US) :) Physical details: 256 p. ; 23 x 15 cm. ISBN: 0687228247. Subject(s): RELIGION | ECOLOGIA HUMANA | ETICA AMBIENTAL | CRISTIANISMO | INTEGRIDAD ECOLOGICA Year: 1991
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Libros Libros Biblioteca Pr. Thomas Wood
Colección Obispo Federico Pagura
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The ecological crisis is a serious challenge to chrsitian theology and ethics bacause the crisis is rooted partly in flawed convictions about the right and powers of humankind in relation to the rest of the natural world. In Loving nature, James Nash argues that christianity can draw on a rich theological and ethical tradition with to confront that challenge.

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Dimensions and dilemmas of the ecological crisis: tecceding the limits.

Ecological complaint against christianity.

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Firm foundations: doctrines of sin, judgement, redemption.

Loving nature: chritian love in ecological context.

Love as ecological justice: rights and responsabilities.

Political directions for ecological integrity.

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