By Elizabeth A. Johnson. A revised edition of the same title published in 1990s, argues that the environment has only been degraded more, and the status of women has been eroded by the rise of religious fundamentalism in almost every culture. Draws out the links between attitudes toward women and the way we treat the natural world around us. If nature is somehow perceived as “feminine,” then it is no surprise that it is heedlessly abused and used, especially when both women and the earth exist under the sovereignty of a patriarchal God. Read more.