Covers all major world religions and their relationship with the environment.
Protestantism and Ecology
The Greening of Protestant Thought by Robert Booth FowlerAddresses the variegated ways Protestant theologians and activists have formulated different concepts of “green” theology. Provides a survey of the history and status of environmentalism within Protestantism as well as an analysis of themes such as biblical interpretation, stewardship theology, process theology, ecofeminism, and ethical perspectives as they relate to environmental thought within Protestantism.
Loving Nature: Ecological Integrity and Christian Responsibility by James A. NashIn this seminal early work on the intersection of Christian ethics and environmental thought, Nash argues that Christian doctrine provides a firm foundation for engaging in conversation with ecology and especially the present-day environmental crisis. He also develops a rights-based approach to moral regard for nonhuman individuals and species.