Daniel Salamon is a co-organizer of the SDS Christian Caucus and Interest Group. He has written several books on Christian Theology and Environmentalism. His latest work; Confessions of An Autistic Theologian: A Contextual Liberation Theology, was released in 2013. He is also the author of Human-Animal Reconciliation: Franciscan Faith-based Interspecies Communications and Its Implications For Wildlife (2008) Creation Unveiled: The Implications of Girardian Theory for Environmental and Animal Issues (2003, 2010), Christian Environmental Studies: Toward a Graduate Program-Revised and Expanded (2012) and Have Mercy on Me, an Ecological Sinner (2012). In this blog post he discusses the needs of disabled Christians in our communities of faith.
- We Do Not Want Charity, We Want Justice!
- There Is More To Accessibility Then Mere Wheelchair Ramps!
- Act Locally!
- The Moral Imagination as Libratory Praxis for Disability Justice!
- To Get the Word “Selfish” Out Of Your Vocabulary!
- To Crip Christian Environmentalism!
- To Get That The Mind Is A Body Too!
- To Become ADA Compliant and Fully Include Neurodiversity In Religious Leadership!
- To Defend The Highest Ideals of the Christian Religion!