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The Garden of God

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyrigth Page
  2. pp. i-iv
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-viii
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  1. Foreword: The Urgency of a Human Ecology
  2. pp. ix-xviii
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  1. Part 1. Creation and Nature
  2. pp. 1-2
  1. In Contact with Nature, Individuals Rediscover That They Are Creatures “Capable of God”
  2. pp. 3-3
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  1. Creation Is a Gift So That It Might Become the Garden of God and Hence a Garden for Men and Women
  2. pp. 4-6
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  1. Creation, with All of Its Gifts, Aspires Above and Beyond Itself
  2. pp. 7-10
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  1. The Amazon River, a Fountain of Life
  2. pp. 10-13
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  1. The “Ecology of Peace”
  2. pp. 13-17
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  1. Man Has Received Creation So That He Might Implement God’s Plan
  2. pp. 18-19
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  1. The Arctic: Mirror of Life
  2. pp. 19-21
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  1. The Wonder of Creation and the Scars Which Mark the Surface of the Earth
  2. pp. 21-27
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  1. What Air Is for Biological Life, the Holy Spirit Is for Spiritual Life
  2. pp. 27-32
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  1. The Protection of Creation
  2. pp. 32-35
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  1. The Keys to the Earth Are in the Hands of Man
  2. pp. 35-36
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  1. Creation Is Marked by Finitude
  2. pp. 36-38
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  1. If You Want to Cultivate Peace, Protect Creation
  2. pp. 38-52
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  1. The Protection of Creation, an Element of Peace and of Justice
  2. pp. 52-61
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  1. The Word of God and the Protection of Creation
  2. pp. 61-62
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  1. In Contemplating Creation Man Has a Profound Sense of Gratitude and Recognition, but Also of Responsibility for Tilling and Keeping the Work of God
  2. pp. 63-65
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  1. The World Is a Product of Creative Reason
  2. pp. 65-71
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  1. The Earth Seen from Space Is Beautiful and Fragile
  2. pp. 71-72
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  1. Human Ecology Is an Imperative Need
  2. pp. 73-76
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  1. The Created World Is Not Merely a Scenario into Which God’s Saving Action Is Inserted, but Rather the Very Beginning of That Marvelous Action
  2. pp. 76-83
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  1. Be Praised My Lord through All Your Creatures
  2. pp. 83-88
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  1. Part 2. The Environment, Science, and Technology
  2. pp. 89-90
  1. The Harmony of Faith and Knowledge
  2. pp. 91-94
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  1. Remembrance of the Twentieth Anniversary of the Tragedy at Chernobyl
  2. pp. 94-94
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  1. Environment, Human Person, Spiritual Values: Three Challenges to Face in the Service of Justice Inspired by Charity
  2. pp. 95-98
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  1. The Irresponsible Exploitation of the Environment Reflects an Inhumane Concept of Development
  2. pp. 98-101
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  1. Scientific Knowledge and Technology Are Always Applied in Full Respect for International Rights
  2. pp. 102-103
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  1. Strengthening the Alliance between Man and the Environment
  2. pp. 103-104
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  1. Family, Human Community, and the Environment
  2. pp. 104-106
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  1. New Men for a New World
  2. pp. 106-107
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  1. Natural Law as a Guarantee against Manipulations and Abuses against Man
  2. pp. 108-108
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  1. More Modest Lifestyles to Slow Down Environmental Degradation
  2. pp. 109-111
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  1. The Use of Alternative Energies Contributes to Mankind’s Desire to Be Better Stewards of God’s Creation
  2. pp. 111-112
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  1. Man Knows the Advantage That the Universe Has over Him; the Universe, Instead, Knows Nothing
  2. pp. 112-116
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  1. Even the Decisions of Individuals, Families, and Local Administrations Are Fundamental for the Preservation of the Environment
  2. pp. 116-118
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  1. Social Responsibility Means More Attention to the Needs of Workers, the Good of the Community, and the Respect of the Environment
  2. pp. 118-121
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  1. Science as a Place of Dialogue, the Meeting between Man and Nature and Potentially Even between Man and His Creator
  2. pp. 121-124
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  1. Unlimited Speculation Has a Negative Impact on the Environment and on Man Himself
  2. pp. 124-125
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  1. Ecology of Man, Ecology of the Environment
  2. pp. 125-133
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  1. The Church Must Encourage Governments to Protect the Fundamental Goods Which Are the Earth and Water
  2. pp. 134-136
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  1. Part 3. Hunger, Poverty, and the Earth's Resources
  2. pp. 137-138
  1. Nourishing the World’s Population with Respect for Biodiversity
  2. pp. 139-141
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  1. Without Solidarity between Countries There Is a Risk of Impeding the Work of International Organizations Committed to Fighting Hunger and Malnutrition
  2. pp. 141-144
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  1. A New Europe Free from the Unique Form of “Apostasy” from Itself
  2. pp. 145-148
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  1. When the Logic of Sharing and Solidarity Prevails It Is Possible to Direct the Course toward an Equitable and Sustainable Development
  2. pp. 149-150
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  1. The Right to Food
  2. pp. 150-153
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  1. Justly Administering the Fruits of Creation
  2. pp. 154-157
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  1. Selfishness and Speculation as Obstacles to the Fight against Hunger
  2. pp. 157-160
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  1. Fighting Poverty to Build Peace
  2. pp. 160-174
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  1. An Equitable Access to the Earth’s Resources Should Be Guaranteed to Everyone
  2. pp. 174-177
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  1. Integral Human Development in Charity and in Truth
  2. pp. 177-189
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  1. An Integral Human Development to Give Voice to Every Nation
  2. pp. 189-195
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  1. More Agricultural Investments in Poor Countries
  2. pp. 195-197
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  1. For Development to Be Sustainable It Is Necessary to Aim at a Balance between Farming, Industry, and Services
  2. pp. 197-199
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  1. The Farmer as a Model of a Mentality That Unites Faith and Reason
  2. pp. 199-200
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  1. Adequate Food Concerns the Fundamental Right to Life
  2. pp. 200-205
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  1. Agricultural Work as an Objective Strategy of Growth and Integral Development
  2. pp. 205-210
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  1. Scriptural Index
  2. pp. 211-212
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  1. General Index
  2. pp. 213-219
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