Judaism and ecology: created world and revealed word
Distributed by Harvard University Press for the Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard Divinity School, 2002 - Nature - 515 pages
Jewish ecological discourse has shown that Judaism harbors deep concern for the well-being of the natural world. However, the movement has not articulated a Jewish theology of nature, nor has it submitted the sources of Judaism to a systematic, philosophical examination. This volume intends to contribute to the nascent discourse on Judaism and ecology by clarifying diverse conceptions of nature in Jewish thought and by using the insights of Judaism to formulate a constructive Jewish theology of nature. The twenty-one contributors consider the Bible and rabbinic literature, examine the relationship between the doctrine of creation and the doctrine of revelation in the context of natural law, and wrestle with questions of nature and morality. They look at nature in the Jewish mystical tradition, and they face the challenges to Jewish environmental activism caused by the tension between the secular nature of the environmental discourse and Jewish religious commitments.
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This book took me a long time to wade through because of the the density of many of the articles. There were even some articles that I skimmed very cursorily because they were just too tangled, in ...
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Introduction Judaism and the Natural World
The Doctrine of Creation
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