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Ecotheology: Voices from South and North

Ecotheology: Voices from South and North
Hallman, David G., ed.
WCC Publications / Orbis Books, 2002
ISBN: 978-1-6060-8909-5

Re-printed by Wipf & Stock in 2009
Orbis ISBN: 0883449935, 978-0883449936

David G Hallman was programme officer for energy and environment for the United Church of Canada and served the World Council of Churches as programme coordinator for climate change.

Acknowledgments and Sources
1. Introduction: Beyond "North/South Dialogue" by David G. Hallman

2. The Biblical Witness
The Prophet of Environment and Development by Jose Pepz M. Cunanan
Covenant, Praise and Justice in Creation: Five Bible Studies by Margot Kassmann
Creation and Restoration: Three Biblical Reflections by Renthy Keitzar

3. Theological Challenges
A Theological Response to the Ecological Crisis by K. C. Abraham
Social Ecology: A Timely Paradigm for Reflection and Praxis for Life in Latin America by Tony Brun
Orthodoxy and the Ecological Crisis by Milton B. Efthimiou
Creation in Ecumenical Theology by Wesley Granberg-Michaelson
Ecology and the Recycling of Christianity by Kwok Pui-lan
Theology of Life and Ecumenical Ethics by Larry Rasmussen
The Earth Is the Lord's by Samuel Rayan
Giver of Life - "Sustain Your Creation" by M. Adebisi Sowunmi
Ecology and Ethiopian Orthodox Theology by Tsehai Berhane-Selassie

4. Insights from Eco-Feminism
Ecology, Feminism and African and Asian Spirituality: Towards a Spirituality of Eco-Feminism by Chung Hyun Kyung
Women, Economy and Ecology by Aruna Gnanadason
A Tide in the Affairs of Women? by Anne Primavesi
Eco-feminism and Theology by Rosemary Radford Ruether

5. Insights from Indigenous Peoples
Through the Soles of My Feet: A Personal View of Creation by Rob Cooper
An Aboriginal Perspective on the Integrity of Creation by Stan McKay
The Full Circle of Liberation: an American Indian Theology of Place by George Tinker

6. Ethical Implications
Letting People Decide: Towards an Ethic of Ecological Survival in Africa by Edward P. Antonio
Social Ecology: Poverty and Misery by Leonardo Boff
African Independent Churches Face the Challenge of Environmental Ethics by M. L. Daneel
Ethics and Sustainable Development by David G. Hallman
Now that Animals Can Be Genetically Engineered: Biotechnology in Theological-Ethical Perspective by Dieter T. Hessel
Chosen Persons and the Green Ecumenacy: A Possible Christian Response to the Population Apocalypse by Catherine Keller