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An Inconvenient Text [electronic resource] : Is a Green Reading of the Bible Possible?.

By: Habel, Norm.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Hindmarsh : ATF Press, 2009Description: 1 online resource (158 p.).ISBN: 9781921511127 (electronic bk.); 1921511125 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Bible. Genesis -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Human ecology -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Ecotheology | Nature in the Bible | Bible. O.T. Genesis -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Human ecology -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Religion | RELIGION -- Christian Life -- Social Issues | RELIGION -- Christianity -- GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: An Inconvenient Text : Is a Green Reading of the Bible Possible?DDC classification: 261.88 Online resources: EBSCOhost Summary: The Bible is an inconvenient text! There are numerous passages that are 'grey' rather than 'green'. These passages depict God or humans destroying or de-valuing parts of creation. What if we dare to read these 'grey' texts from the perspective of the victims--Earth and the domains of Earth? How then would we relate to these de-valued parts of creation? And, how does the Gospel contribute to resolving this dilemma?
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The Bible is an inconvenient text! There are numerous passages that are 'grey' rather than 'green'. These passages depict God or humans destroying or de-valuing parts of creation. What if we dare to read these 'grey' texts from the perspective of the victims--Earth and the domains of Earth? How then would we relate to these de-valued parts of creation? And, how does the Gospel contribute to resolving this dilemma?

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