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The Greening of Faith
God, the Environment, and the Good Life
John E. Carroll, ed.; Paul Brockelman, ed.; Mary Westfall, ed.; Bill McKibben, fwd.




New Hampshire
2016 • 240 pp. 6 x 9"
Nature Essays / Religion

$27.95 Paperback, 978-1-5126-0024-7
$22.99 Ebook, 978-1-5126-0025-4

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Expanded 20th anniversary edition of a classic anthology that emphasizes links between multiple faith traditions and the natural world

The recent release of Pope Francis’s much-discussed encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home, has reinforced environmental issues as also moral and spiritual issues. This anthology, twenty years ahead of the encyclical but very much in line with its agenda, offers essays by fifteen philosophers, theologians, and environmentalists who argue for a response to ecology that recognizes the tools of science but includes a more spiritual approach—one with a more humanistic, holistic view based on inherent reverence toward the natural world. Writers whose orientations range from Buddhism to evangelical Christianity to Catholicism to Native American beliefs explore ways to achieve this paradigm shift and suggest that “the environment is not only a spiritual issue, but the spiritual issue of our time.”

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JOHN E. CARROLL is professor of environmental conservation at the University of New Hampshire. He is the author of Sustainability and Spirituality and co-editor of Ecology and Religion: Scientists Speak as well as four books on sustainable agriculture and local food and farming. PAUL BROCKELMAN was professor of philosophy at the University of New Hampshire. The Rev. Dr. MARY WESTFALL is currently senior minister at the Community Church of Durham, United Church of Christ. She is also a University of New Hampshire chaplain and teaches in the Philosophy Department.



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