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What Makes the World Go Round? Some Reformed Perspectives on Pneumatology and Ecology

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Abstract This contribution explores the available literature on pneumatology and ecology. It suggests the need to articulate the underlying question to which Christian pneumatology may be regarded as a response, namely in terms of ‘What makes the world go round?’ Moltmann’s recent notion of a “hermeneutics of nature” is used to suggest the possibility of a pneumatology ‘from below’. However, the theological inadequacy of available proposals on such a pneumatology from below is also noted. This suggests the need for deeper pneumatological discernment.

Affiliations: 1: University of the Western Cape Republic of South Africa econradie@uwc.ac.za

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2012-01-01
2016-09-30

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