The discipline of ecotheology is relatively new. It can be practiced in a variety of ways. There is no consensus about how and what should be taught. This article explores the underlying assumptions, method and content of one such course taught as an elective under the umbrella of a systematic theology. It demonstrates the need to balance a global discourse with the particular ecology of where the course is taught.
|Number of pages||22|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|