Science and religion in the face of the environmental crisis
|Rolston, Holmes, 1932-, author
|Oxford University Press, publisher
|Includes bibliographical references (pages 395-397).
|Both science and religion are challenged by the environmental crisis; both to re-evaluate the natural world, and each to re-evaluate its dialogue with the other. Both are thrown into researching theory and practice in the face of an upheaval unprecedented in planetary history. Life on Earth is in jeopardy owing to the behavior of the only species that is either scientific or religious, the only species claiming privilege as the "wise species," Homo sapiens.
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|Rolston, Holmes, III, Science and Religion in the Face of the Environmental Crisis, Gottlieb, Roger S., ed., The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Ecology, 376-397. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2006.
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|Environmental Ethics: Anthologies and Journal Articles
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