geologian

geologian

(dʒiːəˈləʊdʒən)
n
(Geological Science) an obsolete form of geologist
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But O'Driscoll's storytelling and his wife's patient compliance teach their adopted child a destructive cultural norm that places significant limits on his efficacy as a community leader and geologian.
Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim present a collection of priest and religious geologian Thomas BerryAEs writings on the ouniverse story,o exploring the world-changing implications of contemporary science, and other subjects.
The Christian Future and the Fate of Earth" takes a Christian approach to environmental discussion, from self-titled geologian Thomas Berry.
47) More ambivalently, geologian Thomas Berry calls it the end of the Cenozoic Age of planetary flourishing and the precipitous dawn of the Ecological Age when humankind, for the sake of survival, is challenged to learn a new mode of being on and with and as the Earth.
Geologian (the term means student of earth's processes) Thomas Berry, author of "The Dream of the Earth," stresses we should strive for a benign presence in nature.
Berry, who died in June 2009, was a cultural historian and ecotheologian, although he preferred being called a geologian.
Only the Earth can adequately will the Earth," the late cultural historian and self-described geologian Passionist Fr.
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Primary are the writings and inspiration of fellow Passionist, noted geologian and theologian of the cosmos, Fr.
Long in the forefront has been geologian Thomas Berry, whose impact on the Christian ecology debate is assured.
We slip through the door of succeeding arguments until we catch up to Passionist, priest and self-styled geologian Thomas Berry.