I presented above see no theological dilemma in regarding natural resources as divine, even while the “Hinduization” process has continued there led by different Bhagat groups. Anne Feldhaus suggests that the variety of idioms and other religious phenomena in India is much greater than any strict dichotomy of “great” and “little” could comprehend. These different idioms often can be used to say surprisingly similar things about the seemingly diverse Indic traditions (1995: 16). Thus, although the Western religions present a theological dilemma in regarding nature as divine, they are transcending this dilemma and are coming to the forefront in raising and spreading ecological awareness. This “renewal” of Western religions far outweighs their Asian counterparts. Let me show some examples below.