|jeshurun press presents a unique and yet ancient journey into the age-old connection between humankind, nature, and the spiritual foundation of the planet and stewardship||
It's easy to deal with fuzzy kinds of "spirituality" and environmental protection. The divine can be used as a meaningless rubber stamp for anything, including protecting nature. But true spiritual environmentalism is something based on a genuine commitment to spirituality -- connecting the soul -- and a sensitivity to the world around us. It is also specific and real not vague and theoretical. This is the kind of spiritual environmental protection that Godless Environmentalism: The Failure of Environmental Protection and Our Hidden Power to Save the Planet represents, and that's what the God Nexus the book advocates represents. There's nothing fuzzy about it.