AOSIS Books published How Would We Know what God is up to?
The book is a contribution to Christian ecotheology.
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This book is published by the University of the Western Cape, South Africa, in partnership with AOSIS.
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About the AOSIS published book How Would We Know what God is up to?
This book contributes to a series of volumes on core themes in systematic theology from the perspective of Christian ecotheology, entitled “An Earthed Faith: Telling the Story amid the ‘Anthropocene’”. The focus of this book is on method in ecotheology.
All the essays in the book address the same question: “Given what we know about the “Anthropocene,” how does one even begin to answer the question: What is this God up to? And how would we know how to respond to that?”
The contributors literally come from around the globe: Ernst Conradie (South Africa), Heather Eaton (Canada), Guillermo Kerber (Uruguay/Geneva), Loreen Maseno (Kenya), Jocabed Reina Solano Miselis (Panama), Cynthia Moe-Lobeda (USA), Jea Sophia Oh (Korea/USA), Maina Talia (Tuvalu) and George Zachariah (India/New Zealand). The ambitious aim of this book is to shape the future of the debate on method in ecotheology by identifying “current paths” and suggesting “emerging horizons” in the field.
Edited by Ernst M. Conradie and Cynthia Moe-Lobeda