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By: M Oelschlaeger
This timely book argues that religion has an indispensable role to play in solving the ecological crisis. Examining a broad range of Western religious traditions from conservative Christianity to Goddess feminism, Max Oelschlaeger shows that religion can provide an ethical context that will help people become sensitive to the environment and elect leaders who are genuinely responsive to environmental problems.
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