Book Review

Book interweaves eucharistic practice with social, economic and ecological realities

Book review: The broken food system and the environmental crisis require us to reembrace the Eucharist as a vital meal fellowship. This includes recognizing ourselves as a community, called together to act against the world's political and social evils. 

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Ecological theology meets theological response to suffering in Edwards' book

Review: Denis Edwards draws on the insights of five contemporary theologians — Niels Gregersen, Elizabeth Johnson, Celia Deane Drummond, Christopher Southgate and Richard Bauckham — to propose a contemporary theory of deep incarnation in which the cross is the "sacrament of God's redemptive suffering with creatures."

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New biography of Thomas Berry reasserts importance of his work

Book review: The authors — Mary Evelyn Tucker, John Grim and Andrew Angyal — show that along with his massive contributions to our comprehension of this cosmic intercommunion, Berry impacted the wider society in other significant ways.

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Oil rule America: New book details competing theological visions of US energy capitalists

Darren Dochuk manages to narrate virtually the entire history of the United States, from the Civil War to the election of President Donald Trump, through the lens of two overlapping trajectories — oil and American religion.