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I just finished The Green Psalter: Resources for an Ecological Spirituality by Arthur Walker-Jones on environmental readings of the Psalms. I wasn't much impressed with it - though it was competent enough.
I also have The Christian View of Science and Scripture in my library, and I will read that soon, if I can.
What other books are out there on Bible-Environment issues? I'm not looking for the creationism vs. evolution kind - just books that inquire what the Bible has to say about the environmental realm. Are there any classics I should be aware of?
I would recommend Thomas Berry and Matthew Fox, although they're both more theological and spiritual than biblical. There's a huge body of Christian literature on "creation spirituality" (which has nothing to do with creationism). Sally McFague is another author that comes to mind - I've probably got more in my library.
These authors are just what I was looking for. I'm already reading their reviews here on LT and on Amazon. Thanks!
Any more out there?
I thought Erectus was running the show. Thanks for getting the right info out.
That is a new species for me. You are just full of new insights and information. Thanks.
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