LA CUESTIÓN ECOLÓGICA EN CONTEXTO DE CREACIÓN: Ideas para una antropología teológica

Palacios, Amparo Novoa
July 2011
Cuestiones Teológicas;2011, Vol. 38 Issue 90, p317
Academic Journal
This article offers a reflection about the ecological issue in the light of the theology of creation which should be treated in the field of theological anthropology. In this context the author takes an approach to the concept of creation from the philosophical, theological and mythologic point of view. She then passes to a Biblical approach, trying to identify the elements which define the comprehension of creation and, by doing so, to understand the ecological problem as the relationship of all creation. In this sense, it is necessary to recover more complete conceptions of the human being and to take conscience that we are part of the created and thus responsibles of strenthening the commitment for the trannsformation of a new world, in such way that we could say that creation and ecology make faith and life visible within the history which is being built liberating others and through our own liberation.


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