Ecotheology and Theology of Eating : Controversies and Convergencies

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Pihkala , P 2015 , ' Ecotheology and Theology of Eating : Controversies and Convergencies ' , Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis , vol. 26 (2015) , pp. 64-81 .

Title: Ecotheology and Theology of Eating : Controversies and Convergencies
Author: Pihkala, Panu
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Faculty of Theology
Date: 2015-04
Belongs to series: Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis
ISSN: 0582-3226
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/156069
Abstract: Environmental theology (or, ecotheology) developed slowly during the first half of the twentieth century and has become a major field of study since the late 1960s. While many of the issues discussed in ecotheological works have included consequences for food production and eating habits, these themes were often not explicitly discussed. The reasons for this are interesting and complex. Issues related to food have been culturally very sensitive and have manifold connections to religiosity. In regard to the discussion about the rights and value of animals, controversies have been seen to arise between ecotheology and ‘animal theology’. Recently, a new interest has arisen in the themes of food, eating, and Christian theology, which has resulted in a new field of literature which could be called the ‘theology of eating’. This article gives an overview of the relations between these fields, with an emphasis on both early ecotheology and new literature about the theology of eating.
Subject: 614 Theology
ekoteologia
ecotheology
theology of food
ruoan teologia
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