Theology and Ecology in a Time of Pandemic

In Pandemic, Ecology and Theology: Perspectives on COVID-19. London, UK: (forthcoming)
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Abstract

As the sequential stages of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic have unfolded, so have its complexities. What initially presented as a health emergency, has revealed itself to be a phenomenon of many facets. As the situation continues to advance, the question for many is whether the crisis will be grasped as an opportunity to address deep structural, ecological and social challenges. This introductory chapter briefly addresses why and how the fields of ecology and theology can play an important and vital role in addressing the challenges and its transformative possibilities presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Alexander J. B. Hampton
University of Toronto, St. George Campus

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