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The Hebrew Bible and environmental ethics : humans, nonhumans, and the living landscape / Mari Joerstad

データ種別 電子ブック
出版者 (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press)
出版年 2019
大きさ 1 online resource (viii, 246 pages) : digital, PDF file(s)
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The environmental crisis has prompted religious leaders and lay people to look to their traditions for resources to respond to environmental degradation. In this book, Mari Joerstad contributes to this effort by examining an ignored feature of the Hebrew Bible: its attribution of activity and affect to trees, fields, soil, and mountains. The Bible presents a social cosmos, in which humans are one kind of person among many. Using a combination of the tools of biblical studies and anthropological writings on animism, Joerstad traces the activity of non-animal nature through the canon. She shows how biblical writers go beyond sustainable development, asking us to be good neighbors to mountains and trees, and to be generous to our fields and vineyards. They envision human communities that are sources of joy to plants and animals. The Biblical writers' attention to inhabited spaces is particularly salient for contemporary environmental ethics in their insistence that our cities, suburbs, and villages contribute to flourishing landscapes
HTTP:URL=https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108568418
著者標目 *Joerstad, Mari 1984- author
件 名 LCSH:Bible Old Testament--Criticism, interpretation, etc
LCSH:Environmental ethics--Biblical teaching
LCSH:Human ecology--Religious aspects--Christianity
LCSH:Ecotheology
分 類 LCC:BS680.E58
DC23:221.8/1791
書誌ID 8000281768
ISBN 9781108568418

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