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I am not sure if the neologisms of eco-spirituality and ecotheologian are appropriate as links or in fact appropriate at all. Alan Liefting 10:47, 15 January 2006 (UTC)
I'm inclined to agree they sound inappropriate. However, perhaps it's too strong to call them neologisms. Google searches for ecotheologian and ecospirituality come up with plenty of results, and some of the ecotheologian ones on the first Google page even refer directly to Thomas Berry. To go part way to resolving Alan Liefting's objection, I've removed the two wiki links and just left plain words, but there's probably a better solution. -- JimR 04:55, 17 January 2006 (UTC)
Ecotheology and ecospirituality is an area in which I am becoming interested having come across it through my interest in environmentalism. I will write an article on the topic once I have done some more research. Alan Liefting 10:45, 5 February 2006 (UTC)