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For Goodness’ Sake: Principles of an Ecotheology

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There seems to be a huge disconnect between religion and the environment. In For Goodness’ Sake: Principles of an Ecotheology, author Robert Cuttino challenges hyperindividualized, self-absorbed, contemporary theology that insists on our favored status. He proposes an “ecotheology.” Cuttino considers, among other things, that individuals are not the greatest good, despite what we might think. He shows we may be, in fact, secondary in importance to the health of all environmental systems that make life possible. And individual humans are likely second in importance to the health of those economic systems that provide decent livelihoods and quality of life to all. Readers will also learn why just “greening” the Bible will not work. For Goodness’ Sake: Principles of an Ecotheology isn’t only about what will not work. Cuttino shows that especially for restoring the health of the most important system of all—the ethical sphere—there may... More > be an imperative for Christianity.< Less
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ISBN
9781483418384
Published
May 6, 2015
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
283.2 KB

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