Political Theology of the Earth: Our Planetary Emergency and the Struggle for a New Public

Political Theology of the Earth: Our Planetary Emergency and the Struggle for a New Public[Reading] ➷ Political Theology of the Earth: Our Planetary Emergency and the Struggle for a New Public By Catherine Keller – Heartforum.co.uk Amid melting glaciers, rising waters, and spreading droughts, Earth has ceased to tolerate our pretense of mastery over it But how can we confront climate change when political crises keep exploding i Amid melting glaciers, rising of the PDF/EPUB ê waters, and spreading droughts, Earth has ceased to tolerate our pretense of mastery over it But how can we confront climate change when political crises keep exploding in the present Noted ecotheologian and feminist philosopher of religion Catherine Keller reads the feedback loop of political and ecological depredation as secularized apocalypse Carl Schmitt s political theology of the sovereign exception sheds light on present ideological warfare Political Theology PDF/EPUB or racial, ethnic, economic, and sexual conflict and hubristic anthropocentrism If the politics of exceptionalism are theological in origin, she asks, should we not enlist the world s religious communities as part of the resistance Keller calls for dissolving the opposition between the religious and the secular in favor of a broad planetary movement for social and ecological justice When we are confronted by populist, authoritarian right wings founded on white male Theology of the eBook ´ Christian supremacism, we can counter with a messianically charged, often unspoken theology of the now moment, calling for a complex new public Such a political theology of the earth activates the world s entangled populations, joined in solidarity and committed to revolutionary solutions to the entwined crises of the Anthropocene.

Catherine Keller is the of the PDF/EPUB ê author of the poetry chapbook Sonder No Frills Buffalo, , which covers topics such as mental health, sexism, social injustice, and the creative process Born and bred in Buffalo, the year old went to The College at Brockport to get her Bachelor s Degree in Communications with a minor in Sociology, which she completed in December She has also had poetry published in Political Theology PDF/EPUB or eight literary magazines including Wilderness House Literary Review, Tipton Poetry Journal, The Stray Branch, and Hooligan Magazine and editorials for the NeXt section in the Buffalo News, as well as a social media intern for BP and Esperanza magazines, which focused on bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety disorders She has been writing creatively for as long as she can remember and is also in the midst of writing ten other stories Theology of the eBook ´ that will be novels and short story collections eventually When she s not writing, she spends her time chasing sunsets, waterfalls and free food.

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  • Paperback
  • 248 pages
  • Political Theology of the Earth: Our Planetary Emergency and the Struggle for a New Public
  • Catherine Keller
  • 23 May 2019
  • 0231189915

10 thoughts on “Political Theology of the Earth: Our Planetary Emergency and the Struggle for a New Public

  1. Jacqui says:

    How can theology contribute to the struggles for eco social justice How can we counter the exceptionalisms white, male, Western, Christian, capitalist, extractive, human etc etc which perpetuate injustice across our planetary communities Ambitious project, but I couldn t quite get all the threads to weave into something sturdier I liked how Keller draws from diverse sources, and her poetic and playful use of language was delightful although sometimes a bit too much for my own comprehension How can theology contribute to the struggles for eco social justice How can we counter the exceptionalisms white, male, Western, Christian, capitalist, extractive, human etc etc which perpetuate injustice across our planetary communities Ambitious project, but I couldn t quite get all the threads to weave into something sturdier I liked how Keller draws from diverse sources, and her poetic and playful use of language was delightful although sometimes a bit too much for my own comprehension Perhaps I wasn t the best audience for this book, but I am still glad to have read it

  2. Joseph Sverker says:

    Rather on the difficult side I must say I do get her process theology stand point here, but I m not quite sure that I understand her thinking about time and the compressed time here.

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