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What could an ecotheology look like that goes beyond theological navel-gazing and contributes critical impulses to ecological problem areas in a transformative way?

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Ecotheology – Graduation

What could an ecotheology look like that contributes transformative and critical impulses to ecological problem areas that go beyond theological navel-gazing? This year's conference of the young talent network Dogmatics and Fundamental Theology “Between Ecotheology and Ecofascism. Fault Lines of a Learning Creation Theology” addressed precisely this question. A review of Cornelia DockterFelix FleckensteinHannah JudithThomas Sojer and Stephan Tautz.

In your Contribution On February 21st they set out on an eco-theological tightrope walk. That was the start of an in-depth discussion that they continued at this year's conference of the Young Talent Network Dogmatics and Fundamental Theology. You have now been on these paths for a while and would like to tell you about the abysses and the wonderful views.

With view on Leverage point theory It can be said that change that can be easily achieved is not very efficient in transforming a system. If you want to achieve maximum leverage, values and beliefs are the keys to success. Only when shared values and beliefs are made transparent can real transformation happen. It is often constructions of meaning that shape a system and can change it in its depth dimension.

Or is there a need for a fundamental reorganization of theological concepts? Anyone who goes where no one has ever been before will have a lasting experience of contingency.

In keeping with the conference theme, doing theology reveals itself to be precarious, but at the same time sensitive to irritation. The latter shows that theology does not have to resign or bunker down - if it demonstrates its ability to learn, then it can also contribute to eco-discourse as a transformative science.

Here's the whole thing Post on y-nachten.de

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