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In this book, The Roots of Ecological Crisis, Sulpicius Tumushabe analyses the roots of ecological crisis from religious and non-religious perspectives.
He articulates the impact of negative and positive creation theologies on the environment and planet earth.
He argues that the negative creation theologies are partly responsible for the world's ecological crisis.
He is convinced that the operationalisation of positive creation-centered theologies in practical pastoral activities and the active involvement of Religious bodies in advancing the rights of human and non-human beings in the political arena are part of the solution to the ecological crisis.
He goes on to demonstrate how the positive creation theologies can contribute to a health attitude towards the environment, thus offering a solution to environmental problems from a religious standpoint.
The style he employs to articulate these issues is novel, inspiring and makes the book both enriching and interesting peace of work for university student, professors and theologians.
Sulpicius was born in Uganda 1957, he is a catholic priest of Kabale diocese.He holds three master degrees and a Ph.D.He is Senior Lecturer of Ethics in Kyambogo University where he heads the department of Religious Studies and Philosophy.He has authored a book called "Justice in Suffocation seen from an African Perspective"and several articles
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