~edited by Carol J. Adams
Ecofeminism and the Sacred is a collection of essays investigating the connections between feminism, spirituality, religion, and the environment. The selected essays cover a wide variety of subjects while still creating a cohesive whole. I appreciated the fact that several essays actually contradicted each other to some extent, allowing the reader to understand the same issues from different perspectives. Most of the essays were engaging and very interesting, although I found several to be rather dry. The book is divided into three parts: Revisioning Religion, Envisioning Ecofeminism, and Embodying Ecofeminist Spiritualities.