Number of pages: 240
An introduction and analysis of the rapidly expanding area of scholarly investigation: eco-theology.
Celia Deane-Drummond presents a critical overview of the main approaches, theories and debates to eco-theology. Her approach is international in scope as well as ecumenical in orientation. Each chapter concludes with questions for further reflection.
Deane-Drummond also includes suggestions for further reading, making this book a valuable resource for students and an important reference work for those non-specialists who have a great interest in this topic.