Ecodoctrines : Spirit, creation, atonement, eschaton. Sacred-land theology : Green spirit, deconstruction, and the question of idolatry in contemporary earthen christianity / mark I. Wallace ; grounding the spirit : An ecofeminist pneumatology / Sharon betcher ; hearing the outcry of mute things : Toward a jewish creation theology / Lawrence troster ; creatio ex nihilo, Terra nullius, and the erasure of presence / Whitney A. Bauman ; surrogate suffering : Paradigms of sin, salvation, and sacrifice within the vivisection movement / Antonia Gorman ; the hope of the earth : A process ecoeschatology for south korea [Book Review]

In Laurel Kearns & Catherine Keller (eds.), Ecospirit: Religions and Philosophies for the Earth. Fordham University Press (2007)
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