God's Greenhouse

The article examines the increased Evangelical attention on climate change debates in the U.S. and specifically the ways that affected the debates' terms. The characteristics of Evangelicals are discussed which include conversionism, activism, biblicism, and crucicentrism. Also explored are sch...

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Published in:Cross currents
Main Author: Lowry, Elizabeth Schleber 1972-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: [2016]
In:Cross currents
Year: 2016, Volume: 66, Issue: 1, Pages: 57-69
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B USA / Evangelical movement / Climatic change / Discourse / Activism
Further subjects:B DEBATES & debating
B WARNER, Michael, 1958-
B United States
B Climatic changes
B EVANGELICAL Environmental Network
B Evangelicalism
B activism
Online Access: Volltext (Verlag)
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Summary:The article examines the increased Evangelical attention on climate change debates in the U.S. and specifically the ways that affected the debates' terms. The characteristics of Evangelicals are discussed which include conversionism, activism, biblicism, and crucicentrism. Also explored are scholar Michael Warner's theory of counterpublics on debates on religion and the environment and Evangelical Environmental Network's "A Call to Action" document as part f its Evangelical Climate Initiative.
ISSN:1939-3881
Contains:Enthalten in: Cross currents
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1111/cros.12169