Loving Nature Ecological Integrity and Christian Responsibility
Loving Nature Ecological Integrity and Christian Responsibility  -     By: James Nash
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The ecological crisis is a serious challenge to Christian theology and ethics because the crisis is rooted partly in flawed convictions about the rights and powers of humankind in relation to the rest of the natural world. James A. Nash argues that Christianity can draw on a rich theological and ethical tradition with which to confront this challenge.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Dimensions: 6 X 9 (inches)
ISBN: 0687228247
ISBN-13: 9780687228249

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The ecological crisis is a serious challenge to Christian theology and ethics because the crisis is rooted partly in flawed convictions about the rights and powers of humankind in relation to the rest of the natural world. James A. Nash argues that Christianity can draw on a rich theological and ethical tradition with which to confront this challenge.

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