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Animals as Religious Subjects
Rebecca Artinian-Kaiser, Dr Celia Deane-Drummond, Rebecca Artinian-Kaiser, Dr David L Clough
This book examines one of the most pressing cultural concerns that surfaced in the last decade - the question of the place and significance of the animal. This collection of essays represents the outcome of various conversations regarding animal s...
Faith and Force
Dr David L Clough, Brian Stiltner
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David Clough's On Animals is indisputably the most important and comprehensive theological treatment of animals to have appeared in any language at any time in the Christian tradition. -- Brian Brock, Reader in Theological Ethics, University of Aberdeen * International Journal for Systematic Theology * I am neither a Christian nor a theologian, but anyone concerned about human mistreatment of animals will hope that Clough's view prevails among Christians. -- Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University, USA Clough's work in On Animals is progressive and explorative ... a new benchmark for the field. -- Matthew Barton, University of Leeds, UK * Theological Book Review * A mix of constructive theology and critical doctrinal survey -- James R. A. Merrick, St. Francis University * Anglican Theology Review *
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David L. Clough is Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Chester, UK. His book publications include Ethics in Crisis: Interpreting Barth's Ethics (2005) and Faith and Force: A Christian Debate about War (2007) and he co-edited Creaturely Theology: On God, Humans and Animals (2009) and Animals as Religious Subjects (2013). Many of his articles are available via the University of Chester Open Access Repository, and you can also follow him on Twitter.
Introduction Part I - Creation 1. The End of Creation 2. The Place of Animals 3. Animal Difference Part 2 - Reconciliation 4. Incarnation 5. Atonement Part 3 - Redemption 6. What is Redeemed? 7. The Shape of Redeemed Creaturely Life Conclusion