A Political Theology of Climate Change Paperback

by Michael S Northcott

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A Political Theology of Climate Change

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Much current commentary on climate change, both secular and theological, focuses on the duties of individual citizens to reduce their consumption of fossil fuels. In "A Political Theology of Climate Change," however, Michael Northcott discusses "nations" as key agents in the climate crisis.Against the anti-national trend of contemporary political theology, Northcott renarrates the origins of the nations in the divine ordering of history. In dialogue with Giambattista Vico, Carl Schmitt, Alasdair MacIntyre, and other writers, he argues that nations have legal and "moral responsibilities to rule over limited terrains and to guard a just and fair distribution of the fruits of the earth within the ecological limits of those terrains.As part of his study, Northcott brilliantly reveals how the prevalent nature-culture divide in Western culture, including its notion of nature as "private property," has contributed to the global ecological crisis. While addressing real difficulties and global controversies surrounding climate change, Northcott presents substantial and persuasive fare in his "Political Theology of Climate Change."

A Political Theology of Climate Change by Michael S Northcott was published by Eerdmans Publishing Company in November 2013 and is our 57829th best seller. The ISBN for A Political Theology of Climate Change is 9780802870988.

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Details for A Political Theology of Climate Change

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherEerdmans Publishing Company (November 2013)
Number of Pages335
Thickness23 mm
Height228 mm
Width156 mm
Product Code4244105
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