Earth's Journey Into Hope: Reflections on Thomas Berry's The Great Work


Pages: 144

Binding: Softcover

Earth's Journey Into Hope: Reflections on Thomas Berry's The Great Work

By: Brian Edward Brown
  • $20.00

Ecology and Justice Series

With essays by Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim

Amid the dire immediacy of present crises, Living the Way encourages readers to remember our human past and step into our planetary future with the spiritual energy of Thomas Berry. This book critically reflects on the impact and hope of Berry’s landmark text The Great Work twenty-five years on from its original publication. In many ways, collective attention to and action for ecological justice has heightened in the intervening years. In yet others, despair, gloom, and an insidious fatalism have grown in the face of multinational powers and crises. With Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim, Brian Edward Brown reflects on where we have been to energize today’s movements for ecological well-being in their own great work.

Brian Edward Brown was an undergraduate and graduate student of Thomas Berry at Fordham, earning a doctorate in History of Religions. He is the co-founder of The Thomas Berry Forum for Ecological Dialogue at Iona University, where he taught for decades in religious studies. He also holds a juris doctor, focusing on Earth jurisprudence in both Berry’s work and in Indigenous American tribal traditions.


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