Check out this newly published book! The contributors include CRE Director Robin Gottfried and Assistant Director Andy Thompson, as well as fellow Jerry Cappel and alumna Perry Jones.
"Ecotheology and Nonhuman Ethics in Society provides a map and pathway toward reconciliation with God and a wounded creation. These essays recover and extend conversations in ethics, cultural studies, Christian thought, biblical interpretation, and liturgical studies to show us what ecological stewardship looks like when practiced with humility, repentance, and compassion. The scholars gathered here represent a wide range of academic disciplines and faith communities, but their collective voice is working toward an integrative ecology that would allow all of creation to flourish in worshipful response to the creator."
— Chad Wriglesworth, St. Jerome's University