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Dieter Hessel is founding director of the ecumenical Program on Ecology, Justice and Faith, Princeton; author of Social Ministry; and editor of After Nature's Revolt and (with Rosemary Ruether) Christianity and Ecology.
Larry Rasmussen is Reinhold Niebuhr Professor of Social Ethics at Union Theological Seminary, New York. Among his prior works are Moral Fragments and Moral Community and Earth Community, Earth Ethics.
|Introduction: Eco-Justice: Church and Community Together||1|
|1||Whose Earth Is It, Anyway?||23|
|2||Inclusion and Exclusion: Reflections on Moral Community and Salvation||33|
|3||Fratricide and Ecocide: Rereading Genesis 2-4||53|
|4||The Muslim World: Globalization and Ecology||71|
|5||Affirming Life for the Disregarded Many||83|
|6||Global Interdependence, the Earth Charter, and Christian Faith||101|
|7||Climate Change and Ecumenical Work for Sustainable Community||125|
|8||Seeking Eco-Justice in the South African Context||135|
|9||Issues of Community Empowerment||159|
|10||These Stones Shall Be God's House: Tools for Earth Liturgy||173|
|Conclusion: The Church Ecologically Reformed||185|
|App||The Earth Charter||207|