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A Theology for the Earth
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While many feel that something must be done, few perceive the state of the ecological crisis as a "profound religious problem." While Thomas Berry sought to fire the imagination and motivate his listener to action, Bernard Lonergan was absorbed by the growing gulf between traditional Christian theology and its relevance to modern problems. This book brings together the work of these dynamic thinkers and examines their mutual contribution to theology for our time and for our planet.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. FOREWORD
  2. pp. v-viii
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  1. CONTENTS
  2. pp. ix-x
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  1. INTRODUCTION
  2. pp. 1-5
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  1. CHAPTER ONE: THE METHOD AND TRADITION OF BERRY'S CULTURAL HISTORY
  2. pp. 7-32
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  1. CHAPTER TWO: THE INFLUENCE OF WORLD RELIGIONS
  2. pp. 33-59
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  1. CHAPTER THREE: INTERACTION WITH THE THOUGHT OF TEILHARD DE CHARDIN
  2. pp. 61-75
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  1. CHAPTER FOUR: THE INFLUENCE OF MODERN SCIENCE
  2. pp. 77-105
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  1. CHAPTER FIVE: BERRY'S PROPOSAL FOR THE ECOLOGICAL CRISIS
  2. pp. 107-139
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  1. CHAPTER SIX: BERNARD LONERGAN AND EMERGENT PROBABILITY
  2. pp. 141-171
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  1. CHAPTER SEVEN: A THEOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF BERRY'S PROPOSAL
  2. pp. 173-193
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  1. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
  2. pp. 195-200
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  1. BIBLIOGRAPHY—WORKS CITED
  2. pp. 201-215
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  1. INDEX
  2. pp. 217-223
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