Religion Functions within the Field of Ecology

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Religion Functions within the Field of Ecology
While the fields of religion and ecology seem disparate, a careful examination of the topics will reveal that there are interconnections that have been brought to light by the observable degradation of the world’s environment in recent years, a fact pointing markedly to the reality that “we are part of the systems around us” (Bauman, Bohannon II and O'Brien 6) given the effects of this degredation on the weather, which is now unpredictable, water resources, which have become scarce, and food production levels, as crop yields per acre have decreased significantly. While ecology is a science and “is the observation that everything is connected to everything else and that there is no organism on...
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