- Religion and the environment,
- Christianity and the environment,
- World religions and the environment,
- Environmental awareness,
- Ecological crisis,
- Churches and the environment
a spiritual reflection on environment
What are the conceptions of the past civilizations and traditions from five continents on our relationships with nature? Do they cast a spiritual glance on those relationships? Could their ancestral wisdom have seen a sacred work in the universe? Why do they rather call it creation? This research will help the reader discover a real interreligious consensus: the main religions around the globe are unanimously aware and agree on principles such as the conservation of nature and the quality of the environment. A quite clear “green” message, revealed in the greatest beliefs, serves as a basis for a universal eco-ethic to adopt.
Bernard Anton PhD is a doctor in Theology. He is a Canadian writer. His fifty books written in French (poetry, essays, tales, spirituality, environment) have been acclaimed by many critics for his deep reflection rich in humanism. Living Earth was first published in 2011 in the United States. This is the second updated edition.
- Bernard Anton