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Ecotheology 6.1/6.2 July 2001

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Table of Contents

Articles

A Ecological Faith for the Global Era
Lloyd Geering 12-22
Wilderness as the Kingdom of God
Keith Morrison 23-41
On Being Public about Ecotheology
Clive Pearson 42-59
The Ecocentric Challenge: Climate Change and the Jewish Tradition
Patricia Kopstein , Jim Salinger 60-74
At the Intersection of Ecofeminism and Religion: Directions for Consideration
Heather Eaton 75-91
Weaving Perspectives: An Exploration of Economic Justice Based on the Work of Beverly Wildung Harrison and Marilyn Waring
Eileen Kerwin Jones 92-107
The Significance of the Incarnation for Ecological Theology: A Challenging Approach
Cristina Vanin 108-122
Land Ideologies that Inform a Contextual Maori Theology of Land
Tui Cadigan 123-137
Living on the Land: Ecotheology in Rural New Zealand
Robyn McPhail 138-151
Ecotheology in Search of a Context: Land's Edge in PThis article reflects the ways in which contexts can be rendered for ecotheological work, on the assumption that ecotheology and contex-tual theology are inextricably linked. To be takatrick White's Voss
Geoffrey Lilburne 152-166
The Sacred Edge: Seascape as Spiritual Resource for an Australian Eco-eschatology
Nancy M. Victorin-Vangerud 167-185
Seeing through God: Towards an Eco A/Theology
Michael Grimshaw 186-199



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