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Living with other creatures : green exegesis and theology

Author: Richard Bauckham
Publisher: Waco : Baylor University Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Bible and Christian tradition have, at best, offered an ambiguous word in response to Earth's environmental difficulties. At worst, a complex, often one-sided history of interpretation has left  Read more...

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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Bauckham
ISBN: 1602584117 9781602584112 9781602584129 1602584125
OCLC Number: 929429525
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 252 p)
Contents: Preface1 The Human Place in Creation: A Biblical Overview2 Dominion Interpreted: A Historical Account3 Reading the Synoptic Gospels Ecologically4 Jesus and Animals5 Jesus and the Wild Animals in the Wildnerness (Mark 1:13)6 Reading the Sermon on the Mount in an Age of Ecological Catastrophe7 Joining Creation's Praise of God8 Creation's Praise of God in the Book of Revelation9 Creation Mysticism in Matthew Fox and Francis of Assisi10 Biodiversity: A Biblical-Theological PerspectiveBibliographyIndex of AuthorsIndex of Ancient and Medieval Persons
Responsibility: Richard Bauckham.
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"A significant biblical, theological, and historical resource for the desperately needed 'greening' of the Christian faith. Bauckham's collection deserves very wide attention." --David P. Gushee, Read more...

 
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