Tackles the urgent issues arising from climate change and explores how hidden resources in our religious traditions can guide our responses. Various chapters in the book draw from the Scriptures startling and fresh insights on how both Hebrew and Christian writers see God at work in the entire Creation, loving it and holding it in being. Other chapters recover patristic and later theological thinking on how deeply connected we humans are with matter itself, along with all living things, and hence our responsibility to reverence the entire Creation as a part of Gods handiwork.
Climate change cultural change
Religious responses and responsibilities
By : Edited by Anne Elvey & David Gormley-O’Brien
Pages : 234
Publisher : Morning Star Publishing
Dimensions : 152mm x 228mm
IBSN : 9781925208702