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9 - Creation

from Part II - Main Themes

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 January 2024

Daniel Cardó
Affiliation:
St. John Theological Seminary, Denver
Uwe Michael Lang
Affiliation:
St Mary's University, London
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Chapter 9 presents Ratzinger’s theology of creation, in which he emphasizes the ontological goodness of the created world and promotes an integral vision of human ecology.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2023

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Further Reading

Caldecott, Stratford, The Radiance of Being: Dimensions of Cosmic Christianity (Tacoma, WA: Angelico, 2013).Google Scholar
Schindler, David C., “Quaerere Deum: Work As Love of God and World,” Humanum 1 (2017), https://humanumreview.com/articles/quaerere-deum-work-as-love-of-god-and-world.Google Scholar
Schindler, David L., “America’s Technological Ontology and the Gift of the Given: Benedict XVI on the Cultural Significance of the Quaerere Deum,” Communio: International Catholic Review 38 (2011), 237278.Google Scholar
Taylor, Mary G., “Deeper Ecology: A Catholic Vision of the Person in Nature,” Communio: International Catholic Review 38 (2011), 583620.Google Scholar
Taylor, Michael Dominic, The Foundations of Nature: Metaphysics of Gift for an Integral Ecological Ethic (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2020).Google Scholar

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