The Greening of Protestant Thought

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Univ of North Carolina Press, 1995 - Religion - 242 pages
The Greening of Protestant Thought traces the increasing influence of environmentalism on American Protestantism since the first Earth Day, which took place in 1970. Robert Booth Fowler explores the extent to which ecological concerns permeate Prot
 

Contents

Protestants Face the Environment
13
The Bible as Contested Foundation
28
Dissent and Protestant Fundamentalism
45
The Argument over Christianity
58
Stewardship
76
Toward EcoTheology
91
Process Environmentalists
108
The Ecofeminist Challenge
123
The Protestant Environmentalist Agenda
141
Politics and the Means to Change
159
Conclusion
175
Notes
181
Bibliography
207
Scripture Index
237
General Index
238
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Robert Booth Fowler is professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is author of several books, including Unconventional Partners: Religion and Liberal Culture in the United States.

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