Since the beginning of time, religion and the environment have been two subjects that have continually crossed paths.
Each year, Christians wave palm leaves to commemorate Jesus’ arrival in Jerusalem. Still many turn to natural environments for a place of prayer and solace. Religious leaders have even taken varying stances on environmental policies. Enjoy the collection of articles below exploring the complex historical relationship of religion and the environment.
These articles are freely available until December 31st.
Sociology of Religion
Journal of Church and State
Journal of the American Academy of Religion
The Journal of Theological Studies
Modern Judaism: A Journal of Jewish Ideas and Experience
Journal of Hindu Studies