Living with the animals: the community of God's creatures

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WCC Publications, 1997 - 81 páginas
Two thoughtful ecumenists -- a scientist and a theologian -- reflect on our relationship to animals in the light of the biblical testimony, an inclusive theology of creation and Christian ethics, as well as ecological concerns and scientific insights into the consciousness, behaviour and suffering of animals.

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Dr. Charles Birch has been an Emeritus Professor at the University of Sydney since 1983. In 1961 he was honored as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 1980. He became a member of the Club of Rome in 1980 and is an Honorary Life Fellow of the British Ecological Society. He is also an Honorary Life Member of the Ecological Society of America. The Eminent Ecologist Award was presented to him in 1988 and he was awarded the Templeton Prize in 1990. Birch is a member of the Center for Process Studies, the American Center for a Post Modern World, and the World Council of Churches. Dr. Charles Birch has written nine books and sixty publications on science, religion, and human existence. He lives in Darling Point, New South Wales, Australia.

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