A Political Theology of Nature - Cambridge Studies in Christian Doctrine (Hardback)Peter Scott (author)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 290
Weight: 503 g
Dimensions: 236 x 157 x 20 mm
'... the book is both persuasive and evocative and worthy of a wide readership.' Reviews in Religion and Theology
' ... a valuable resource for those interested in engaging with current thinking in this are ... its originality and power warrant careful and serious attention.' Crucible
"Deeply Chistocentric and Trinitarian in its theological vision, the book is also profoundly political, arguing persuasively that the way out of our ongoing debasement of the natural world requires a new political theology that is sensitive to the social and political complexity of our ecological crisis." Choice
"Engaging, challenging, refreshingly political, and deeply grounded in the Chrisitian tradition." Theological Studies
"This new work by Peter Scott makes a powerful case for a social and political basis for ecological theology...The book is elegantly written and precise in its criticisms of contemporary theologies influenced by deep ecology." - The Journal of Religion Mark I. Wallace, Swarthmore College
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