Creaturely Theology: On God, Humans and Other Animals
In Creaturely Theology a wide range of first-rate contributors show that theological reflection on non-human animals and related issues are an important though hitherto neglected part of the agenda of Christian theology and related disciplines. The book offers a genuine interdisciplinary conversation between theologians, philosophers and scientists and will be a standard text on the theology of non-human animals for years to come. It is wide-ranging in terms of coverage and accessibly written. It is ideal as a key text in any postgraduate course engaging with the ethics, theology and philosophy of the non-human and the post-human. Ab Professor Celia Deane-Drummond is Professor of Theology and the Biological Sciences and Director of the Centre for Religion and Bioscience at the University of Chester.Dr David Clough is Senior Lecturer in Theology at the University of Chester.
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Towards a Thomistic Theology of Animality
Animals in Orthodox Iconography
The Redemption of Animals in an Incarnational
Rethinking the Imago Dei
Part Three Hermeneutical Approaches
Part Four The Moral Status of Animals
Are Animals Moral? Taking Soundings through Vice
Humans Animals Evolution and Ends
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