Dissertation > Excellent graduate degree dissertation topics show

Luo Si Mary Redford Russell ecological , feminist theological thought

Author: LiRuiHong
Tutor: ZhuoXinPing
School: Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Course: Religious Studies
Keywords: Ruether Ecofeminist theology Biblical tradition
CLC: B978
Type: PhD thesis
Year: 2008
Downloads: 470
Quote: 2
Read: Download Dissertation

Abstract


In modern time, Ecological crisis affects people’s world view of taking man as the foundation deeply, and results in a great conversion in human beings’understanding of development. This conversion also brings about many changes in Christian theologies, and results in new ecological theological thoughts appearing. American catholic theologian Rosemary Radford Ruether’s ecofeminist theology is one of them. This dissertation attempts to give a systematic survey of Ruether’s ecological theology and her unique way to solve ecological crisis. This dissertation is divided into five chapters, besides the introduction part and conclusion part. The main purpose of the introduction part and the first chapter is to make an introduction of feminist movement and feminist theology. From the second chapter to the fifth is the main part of this dissertation. In the second chapter, the author presents an introduction of Ruether’s experience and her ecofeminist theologies’characteristics. The following three parts constitutes the main contents of Ruether’s ecofeminist theology. The third chapter focuses on Ruether’s criticism to two kinds of dominations (domination of woman by man and domination of nature by human), and her analysis of the root of ecological crisis. In the fourth chapter, the author expounds two biblical traditions Ruether emphasizes. The covenantal tradition established a basic order for Christian world and the sacramental tradition connected human and nature with God. Ruether points out that both of them imply the harmonious and unified relationship between God, human being and nature. The fifth chapter mainly discusses ecological justice, the core of Ruether’s thoughts. Through the exploration into the ecological theology of Ruether, it will help us to grasp the main content, characteristics, achievements and limitations of Christian feminist theology and ecological theology; besides, it also provides us with a different perspective to solve ecological crisis.

Related Dissertations

  1. Christian Ecological Ethics,B978
  2. The spread of Christianity in China's rural strategy analysis,B978
  3. Pursuit of mutual economic and peace,B978
  4. Of the Christian right path of political participation and its impact on U.S. foreign,B978
  5. Table where in the world,B978
  6. Gnosticism in Gnosticism rebel Mode On Enlightenment,B978
  7. The Revision of Death Attitude Profile-Revised and Using among Middle-aged Christians,B978
  8. Study on Timothy Richard’s Missionary Activities and Strategy of Cross-Culture Communication,B978
  9. On the Idea of God in Western Philosophy,B978
  10. Return Paradise,B978
  11. Political shadow of the religious strife,B978
  12. China spread of Christianity and Buddhism A Comparative Study,B978
  13. Brief Analysis of the Religious Influence of Domestic Christian Websites,B978
  14. Research on an Modern Chinese Industrialist Zejiu Song’s Christian Faith,B978
  15. The Conflict and Adjustment between the Traditional Religions of Minority and Christianity,B978
  16. The Comparison of the Recognition on Church and the State of Christians in Rural Areas,B978
  17. On Aquinas’ Theory of Charity,B978
  18. The Influence of Henan Puyang Christianism for the Country Political Life,B978
  19. The Study on Noumenon of the Lao-tzu Philosophy and the Western Theology,B978
  20. "Belief Seeks Rationality",B978
  21. \,B978

CLC: > Philosophy, religion > Religion > Christian > Analysis and research of the Christian
© 2012 www.DissertationTopic.Net  Mobile