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This Sacred Life: Humanity's Place in a Wounded World
Category: Books > Theology > Environmental Theology
Author/Artist: WIRZBA, NORMAN
ISBN / ID: 9781009012584
Publisher: Cambridge Uni Press
Binding: PAPERBACK
Price: AU$43.95
  
Description: What are the grounds for hope in a wounded world?

Wirzba shows how an account of humans as interdependent and vulnerable creatures orients people to be a creative, healing presence in a world punctuated by wounds

Humanity's fundamental vocation is to bear witness to God's love for creaturely life, and to commit to the construction of a hospitable and beautiful world.

“…Wirzba delivers and urgent call to live creatively in a sacred world saturated with wounds. He ushers us beyond our critical Anthropocene condition to a timely – and salvific – reconnection with earth.”
Richard Kearney, Charles Seelig Chair of Philosophy, Boston College and author of Touch, Recovering Our Most Vital Sense
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