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Christianity and Ecological Theology

Resources for further research

Ernst M. Conradie

Study Guides in Religion and Theology 11

Publications of the University of the Western Cape

Study Guides in Religion and Theology 11

Christianity and Ecological Theology:Resouces for futher research

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Table of contents

Table of contents v

Christianity and

ecological theology
An indexed bibliography 7

Introduction to the indexed bibliography 9

The aims of this bibliography 9

Is another bibliography necessary? 9

A “Research guide” as companion volume 10

Some comments on the index 10

An unfinished project 11

Electronic publication 11

A word of thanks 11

Bibliography 13

Index to keywords and themes 110

1. General 110

2. The Bible 112

3. Christian doctrine 115

4. Theological themes 124

5. Ecumenical theology 133

6. Christian ethics and ecology 135

7. Christian life, praxis & spirituality 150

8. The history of Christianity 155

9. Theological traditions 158

10. World regions (Addressing environmental problems in specific areas) 161

11. Religion and ideology 163

12. Christianity in dialogue with other religious traditions 165

Christianity and
ecological theology

An indexed bibliography

Introduction to the indexed bibliography

The aims of this bibliography

The aim of this indexed bibliography is to facilitate research in the field of Christian ecological theology. Such an indexed bibliography provides for different reasons little more than a point of departure for research. The sheer bulk of literature may perhaps even discourage prospective researchers to commence with a literature survey. Nevertheless, the following concerns have prompted the publication of this bibliography:

  • The availability of such a bibliography can stimulate further (postgraduate) research in the field of Christian ecological theology, also within the South African context,

  • There is a need to avoid the mere repetition of previous research and the continuous reiteration that “something needs to be done about the environmental crisis.” This bibliography therefore provides an index for directed research.

Is another bibliography necessary?

A number of other bibliographies have already been published in the field of Christian theology and ecology. References to these bibliographies may be found in the index. I have also previously compiled two indexed bibliographies that were published in editions of the journal Scriptura in 1993 (47, 52-104) and in 1995 (52, 26-64). Two previous editions of this bibliography have been published in 1998 and 2001 at the University of the Western Cape in the series Study Guides in Religion and Theology 3. The following features may explain the need for a new edition of this bibliography:

  • This bibliography is perhaps more comprehensive than others which have been published thus far. However, it cannot make any claims to being fully comprehensive. My own continuous discovery of previously unlisted publications from all over the world has precluded any such claims to comprehensiveness.

  • This bibliography only contains publications in Afrikaans, Dutch, English, and German. It therefore unfortunately excludes some publications in, for example French, Greek, Italian, Portugese, Russian, Spanish and Scandinavian langauges which may have proved helpful to some researchers (in South Africa).
  • The two bibliographies which were published in Scriptura are integrated in this third revised edition of the indexed bibliography, together with a large number of more recent publications as well as some earlier material.

  • The most important feature of this bibliography that may facilitate further research is its index. See the comments on the index below.

  • It has to be noted that this bibliography focuses on Christian theology only. There are a large number of publications on ecology in secular literature and from the perspective of other religious traditions. These are only included here if they are discussed in relation to Christianity or in the context of inter-faith dialogue (see the index for detail).

  • Since an ecological consciousness has emerged especially after 1970, most of the literature included in this bibliography derives from this period. No special attempt was made to compile references to works published before 1970.

  • Although several publications from the period 2005-2006 are included in the bibliography, the data on this period remains incomplete.

  • Book reviews and articles of only one or two pages in length are usually not included in the bibliography.

  • It was not always possible to include full bibliographic details due to the incompleteness of the bibliographic sources. Such entries are nevertheless included in the bibliography.

A “Research guide” as companion volume

The 2001 edition of the indexed bibliography was published together with a companion volume, namely Ecological theology: A guide for further research (Study Guides in Religion and Theology 5). These two publications are now integrated into a single volume. The aim the research guide remains to promote and direct postgraduate research in the area of ecological theology in the context of Christianity. It offers an orientation to the wealth of literature from all over the world without necessarily replacing an exposure to this literature.

Some comments on the index

The following considerations should be taken into account in using the index:

  • The index is based on key words and themes. Usually, these have been derived from the titles of the literature, even though the titles may possibly be misleading. A more systematic approach would, however, only be possible through a detailed reading of the literature. This is certainly beyond my capability!

  • The themes and key words are somewhat more specific than that of other major electronic indexes. This should enable researchers to concentrate on the literature within ecological theology with reference to a specific concept.

  • There are often good discussions of specific themes in major books in the field of ecological theology. Unfortunately these are difficult to derive from the titles and could therefore not be indexed. The literature included in the index therefore provides little more than a starting point. Many of the major books contain a detailed index which should prove valuable in this regard.

  • The bibliography and the index only include literature with a specific focus on Christian theology and ecology. There are many other secular publications that could also prove helpful for research on any specific theme.

  • There is often more than one contribution by a specific author on a particular topic in the same calendar year. Only one such reference is included in the index.

  • The index contains references to virtually all the publications cited in the bibliography.

An unfinished project

A bibliography of this nature can never be completed. This manuscript is therefore published with the hope that an updated version of the full bibliography can be published on a regular basis (more or less every four or five years). Any person who may wish to submit additional entries or corrections for such an envisaged updated version of the bibliography is warmly invited to forward that to me at .

Electronic publication

The vast number of publications included in this bibliography provides a sobering indication of the volume of paper which must have been required to publish a total of more than 5000 books, articles and essays in edited volumes. The publication of the bibliography through SUN Press has made it possible to produce an electronic version of the publication. This will also allow researchers to do their own electronic searches of key words.

A word of thanks

The publication was made possible through several research grants from the University of the Western Cape in 2001, 2005, and 2006. I would also like my deep gratitude to a number of postgraduate students who contributed to the painstaking task of gathering and editing bibliographic information. The contributions of Patrick Andries, Wyomia Lawrence, Charl Fredericks and Xolani Sakuba deserve special mentioning in this regard.

EM Conradie

University of the Western Cape

July 2006



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