Table of contents for Ecologies of grace : environmental ethics and Christian theology / Willis Jenkins.

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1. Saving Nature, Saving Grace									
¿	revival and reforestation				
¿	religious environmentalism
¿	after Lynn White: cosmology and Christianity					
¿	pastoral strategies and environmental theologies
¿	three practical strategies, three ecologies of grace
¿	reader¿s guide
¿	reinhabiting theology											
Part I: Normative Strategies 
2. Three Practical Strategies in Environmental Ethics 						
¿	environmental pragmatism
¿	what makes an environmental ethic practical?
¿	environment and experience							
¿	the strategy of nature¿s standing							
¿	the strategy of moral agency							
¿	the strategy of ecological subjectivity 						
¿	minimum practical criteria 							
3. The Strategy of Ecojustice 								
¿	formal emergence
¿	to the earth its due								
¿	transforming the secular strategy						
¿	sanctifying nature?								
¿	natural evils									
¿	*eco-justice and sanctification: from Moltmann to Thomas				
4. The Strategy of Stewardship 							
¿	formal emergence								
¿	disciples and deputy caretakers						
¿	transforming the secular strategy							
¿	which model of redemption?							
¿	redeeming nature									
¿	the environment of Jesus: from Anabaptists to Barth							
5. The Strategy of Ecological Spirituality 						
¿	formal emergence								
¿	environmental justice								
¿	creation spirituality								
¿	transforming the secular strategy						
¿	sacramental ecology								
¿	cosmic creativity										
¿	divinizing nature?								
¿	Teilhard¿s spiritual cosmology							
¿	the verbs of the Spirit										
¿	Eastern Orthodoxy and the Bride of the Lamb						
¿	Wisdom from the East: to Maximus and Bulgakov						
Part II: Theological Investigations 
6. Sanctifying Biodiversity: Ecojustice in Thomas Aquinas 				
¿	¿natural theology¿: Augustine and Aristotle in Thomas 						
¿	cosmology by desire: creation¿s integrity as real relation						
¿	divine and dreaturely perfections						
¿	how grace uses creation to perfect humans					
¿	ecojustice intensified									
7. Environmental Virtues: Charity, Nature, and Divine Friendship in Thomas 		
¿	habits of the divine science							
¿	charity¿s moral ecology								
¿	how charity uses humans to perfect creation							
¿	natural evils and ecological goods						
¿	prudence, providence, and environmental policy					
¿	conclusion on Thomas 									
8. Stewardship After the End of Nature: Karl Barth¿s Environment of Jesus	
¿	why Barth?									
¿	Christian ethics after the end of nature						
¿	grace and place								
¿	nature silenced, freedom commanded 							
¿	placing stewardship in Barth							
9. Nature Redeemed: Barth¿s Garden of Reconciliation				
¿	the environment of Jesus			
¿	christological subversions: servant as lord, lord as servant				
¿	the menacing order: humans as lords						
¿	against Barth¿s orderliness							
¿	nature restored								
¿	Barth¿s anthropocentrism							
¿	the landscape of salvation history	
¿	conclusion on Barth									
10. After Maximus: Ecological Spirituality and Cosmic Deification 			
¿	¿logoi in the Logos¿: the cosmic legacies of Maximus				
¿	the world made human: deification in Staniloae					
¿	the world as Bride of the Lamb: deification in Bulgakov				
¿	personal creativity and cosmic salvation							
11. Thinking Like a Transfigured Mountain: Sergei Bulgakov¿s Wisdom Ecology 
¿	createdness and the problem of creativity						
¿	humanizing the world								
¿	divine creativity: kenosis and ascesis						
¿	the economy of Wisdom in the life of the world					
¿	practicing transfiguration						
¿	conclusion on Bulgakov							
12. Conclusion: Renovating Grace
¿	ecological restoration and theological lament
¿	sustainable theologies
¿	unsustainable problems: gender trouble and the eclipse of the Spirit
¿	renovating grace: lived environmental theologies	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Human ecology -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Environmental ethics.