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Readership: Students and scholars of religion and environmental studies.
Laura M. Hartman, Assistant Professor of Religion, Augustana College
Laura M. Hartman is Assistant Professor of Religion at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois.
"there is, as the author intends, food for reflection for Christian congregations." - Tim Gorringe, Theology
Chapter One: Consumption: Definitions, Discussions, and Methods
Chapter Two: Theme I: Attitude: Renunciation and censure
Chapter Three: Theme II: Attitude: Acceptance and celebration
Chapter Four: Theme III: Value: Relationships: Love, community, and the common good
Chapter Five: Theme IV: Value: Eschatological Visions
Chapter Six: Conclusions