Revista de Teologia 4 (6):132-140 (2010)

Eli Silva
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
The essay provides an overview of what will be the call ecotheology. The main idea, grounded in this post show that the criticisms made by some environmentalists of the twentieth century theology in the exercise of its functions, has established a reading of canonical texts, heavily influenced, in a hermeneutic stance of ecological character. The relevance in relevance in addressing an issue with that, is something of great importance, especially in that it is precisely in Latin America where you have large barns theorists of Christian thought, eminently geared to the current ecological crisis
Keywords Ecologia  Environment  Teologia  Ecology  Theology  Meio Ambiente  Ecoteologia.  Ecotheology
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