Spiritual Paths to an Ethical and Ecological Global Civilization

Washington, DC: Pacem in Terris Press (2013)

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Joe Holland
St. Thomas University (Florida)
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Reading the signs of the times against a background of cultural-civilization and global financial-ecological conflicts, the book explores a "new cosmology" influenced by Teilhard de Chardin. It upholds evolution as a co-creative artistic-mystical process in contrast to modern secularist-determinist perspectives. It links a global spirituality to a global ethics.
Keywords Teilhard de Chardin  Financial-ecological conflicts  Modern cosmologies  Global ethical-spiritual networks  Evolution and present realities
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