Written by prominent and up-and-coming scholars, deploying diverse lenses and
methodologies from the sciences and humanities, illuminating the complex relationships
between human beings, their religious perceptions and practices, and other earthly
organisms, through the long process of biocultural evolution since the emergence of
Homo sapiens sapiens . . .
The award winning Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature critically explores the relationships among human beings, their environments, and the religious dimensions of life. This wide-ranging work — chronologically, geographically, religiously — includes 1,000 entries from 520 international contributors.