Union Seminary Quarterly Review, volume 63, issue 1-2 (2010)

Editor’s Introduction, i
Contributors, v

“Ecological Management, Cultural Reform, and Religious Creativity” by Willis Jenkins, 1
“Should Ecological Science Be Ethical?” by Simon A. Queenborough & Liza S. Comita, 18
“The World House: Prophetic Protestantism and the Struggle for Environmental Justice” by Peter Goodwin Heltzel, 26
“Challenges to Authority: Understanding Critiques of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change” by Mary-Elena Carr and Madeleine Rubenstein, 42
“Whom the Gods Would Destroy, They First Make Myopic Religion and Ethics in Cross-Disciplinary Ecological Dialogue” by Daniel Maguire, 67
“A Clouded View: How Language Shapes Moral Perception” by Kathryn Lilla Cox, 84
“Denaturing Nature” by Christiana Z. Peppard, 97
“Jainism, Dharma, and Environmental Ethics” by Pankaj Jain, 121
“The Great Commandment, Tao, and the Survival of Humanity” by Nicholas Beale and Robert Pollack, 136
“Islamic Environmental Stewardship: Nature and Science in the Light of Islamic Philosophy” by Munjed M. Murad, 145
“Glimpses of Earth: Sustainability in the Crucible of Experience” by Matthew C. Ally, 164
“Is Sustainability A Fact?” by Ram Mukul Fishman, 180
“Delta Change” by Ossain Foley, 182
“The Humble Heart” by Cynthia Reville Peabody, 187
“Response to “The Humble Heart” by Cynthia Reville Peabody” by Aileen A. O’Donoghue, 198


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