Evening Thoughts: Reflecting on Earth as a Sacred Community

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$16.95  $15.59
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Counterpoint LLC
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176
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5.6 X 8.7 X 0.5 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
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Paperback
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9781619025318
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About the Author

Thomas Berry (1914-2009), one of the leading environmental thinkers in North America, was the director of the Riverdale Center for Religious Research and founder of the History of Religions Program at Fordham University. His other major publications include The Dream of the Earth (1988), The Universe Story, with Brian Swimme (1992), and The Great Work (1999).

Mary Evelyn Tucker is coordinator of the Forum on Religion and Ecology and a visiting professor at Yale University's Institute for Social and Public Policy. She lives in New Haven, Connecticut.

Reviews

Praise for Evening Thoughts: Reflecting on Earth as a Sacred Community

The wisdom of Thomas Berry is a mountain stream - clear, brilliant, revealing, bracing and sustaining, flowing from deep time and the essential Earth. In these bewildering years, I thirst for Thomas Berry's insights. I drink him in great gulps. I give thanks for the beautiful, inspiring Evening Thoughts, which collects his wisdom and offers it in cupped hands.--Kathleen Dean Moore, author, Riverwalking and coeditor, Moral Ground

In darkening times Thomas Berry announces the dawn of a new Earth-centered consciousness grounded in a larger view of humankind and a deeper sense of the sacred. Evening Thoughts is a very great gift from a very wise man.--David Orr, counselor to the President, Oberlin College

If we listen deeply to Thomas Berry's persistent articulation of the voice of the Earth, we can begin to learn to join the Earth Community as the authentic way of fully embodying our humanity.--Tu Weiming, Professor of Philosophy and Dean of the Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies, Peking University

One of the great thinkers of our time, Berry offers a vision of intimacy with the Earth as our way to intimacy with each other. This is a marvelous continuation of the Berry canon.--James Gustave Speth, author of America the Possible: Manifesto for a New Economy

As always, the voice of Thomas Berry manages to be simultaneously calm, sweeping, insistent, particular. It's a voice we badly need to keep hearing.--Bill McKibben, author of The End of NatureBerry is our conscience, our prophet, our guide. He speaks to what is best within us, in a voice that is inclusive, ecumenical, generous, and wise. -Orion

The most provocative figure among the new breed of eco-theologians. -Newsweek