Ecotheology in the Humanities : An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Divine and Nature Hardback
Edited by Melissa Brotton
Part of the Ecocritical Theory and Practice series
This book is a collection of essays about the interaction between God, humans, and nature in the context of the environmental challenges and Biblical studies.
Chapters include topics on creation care and Sabbath, sacramental approaches to earth care, classical and medieval cosmologies, ecotheodicy, how we understand the problem of nonhuman suffering in a world controlled by a good God, ecojustice, and how humans help to alleviate nonhuman suffering.
The book seeks to provide a way to understand Judeo-Christian perspectives on human-to-nonhuman interaction through Biblical, literary, cultural, film, and music studies, and as such, offers an interdisciplinary approach with emphasis on the humanities, which provides a broader platform for ecotheology.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 272 pages, 10 Halftones, black and white
- Publisher: Lexington Books
- Publication Date: 20/05/2016
- Category: Literary studies: general
- ISBN: 9781498527934