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Bibliography in Ecological Ethics and Eco-Theology: A-B

This list of resources in ecological ethics and eco-theology has been compiled by my research assistant Charles Demm as of October 1, 2003, with thanks to a number of other existing sources, especially John Cobb's "Ecotheology Book list" found on his web page and in the revised edition of Is It Too Late? A Theology of Ecology; and Joseph K. Sheldon's Rediscovery of Creation: A Bibliographical Study of the Church's Response to the Environmental Crisis.

INDEX  |  A-B  |  C-E  |  F-H  |  I-L  |  M-O  |  P-R  |  S-T  |  U-Z

Aay, H. (1972, November). “Confronting the Ecology Crisis: The Kingdom of God in Geographical Perspective.” Vanguard, pp.7-27.

-----. (1982). “Images of the Natural: Nature as Referent System in Print Advertising.” In E. R. Squiers (Ed.), The Environmental Crisis: The Ethical Dilemma (pp. 187-200). Mancelona, MI: Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies.

-----. (1987). “Toward a Just and Sustainable Food System.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 3(1), pp. 9-10.

Abraham, E. (1985). “‘In Christ—Hope for Creation’: Presentation on Caring for Creation (No. 19-20). Lutheran World Federation.

Abrecht, Paul. (Sept. 1977). “Impact of Science and Technology on Society: New Directions in Ecumenical Social Affairs.” Zygon, pp. 185-198.

-----. (1978). Faith, Science, and the Future. Geneva: Church and Society, World Council of Churches.

-----. (Ed.) (1980). Reports and Recommendations. In the series Faith and Science in an Unjust World: Report of the World Council of Churches’ Conference on Faith, Science, and the Future. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

Adams, Carol J. (1990). The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory. New York: Continuum.

-----. (Ed.) (1993). Ecofeminism and the Sacred Heart. New York: Continuum.

-----. (1994). Neither Man Nor Beast: Feminism and the Defense of Animals. New York: Continuum.

Adams, Douglas. (1984). “Sacramental Worship for Creation Consciousness.” In Philip N. Joranson and Ken Butigan (Eds.), Cry of the Environment: Rebuilding the Creation Tradition. Sante Fe: Bear & Co.

Adams, J. (1982). The Solar Church. New York: The Pilgrim Press.

Addinall, P. (1980-81). “Walter Eichrodt and the Old Testament View of Nature.” The Expository Times, 91, pp. 174-178.

Adema, B. (1991). “We Are But Sojourners: A Look at the Concept of Land Trusts.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture—Ontario, 1(2), pp.16-18.

Adkinson, L. (1982). “Environmental Systems Modeling: Toward Ethical Alternatives.” In E. R. Squiers (Ed.), the Environmental Crisis: The Ethical Dilemma (pp. 201-208). Mancelona, MI: Au Sable

Institute of Environmental Studies.

Aeschliman, G. (1990). “Earth Day: Celebrate a Christian Holy Day.” World Christian, 9(4). P. 9.

Agricultural Concerns Committee (Mennonite Central Committee of Ontario), George Fast, Editor, (1989). Fragile Handle With Care: An Earth Keeping Handbook.

Ahlers, Julia. (1990). “Thinking Like a Mountain: Toward a Sensible Land Ethic.” Christian Century, 107(14), pp. 433-434.

Aidan, B. (1989). “ ‘Where the River Flows’: Ecology and the Orthodox Liturgy.” Epiphany, 9, pp. 31- 36.

Ajakaiye, D. Enilo and Jonathan King. (Oct 27. 1980). “First World, Third World: Uses and Abuses of Science.” Christianity and Crisis, pp. 298-303.

Akao, P. S. (2002). Ano aabu (sacred earth) of the Baegu people: an emerging theme in eco-theology from a Melanesian community. Unpublished MTheol, University of Auckland, Auckland.

Albrektson, Bertil. (1967). History and the Gods: An Essay on the Idea of Historical Events as Divine Manifestations in the Ancient Near East and in Israel. Lund: GWK Gleerup.

Albert, J. D. (1974). “A High Commendable Program.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 26(1), p.15.

-----. (1978). “A Journal Symposium—The Recombinant DNA Controversy: Worthy Goals and Genesis Mandate Outweigh Dangers.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 30(2), pp. 80-81.

Alfaro, J. I. (1978). “The Land—Stewardship.” Biblical Theology Bulletin, 8, pp. 51-61.

Allchin, A. M. (1974). Wholeness and Transifiguration Illustrated in the Lives of St. Francis of Assisi and St. Seraphim of Sarov. London: Oxford.

Allen, R. F., and D. M. Ulrich and C. P. Foti (1973). The Works of Thy Hands: Scripture for Reflection in an Age of Environmental Crisis. Winona, Minn.: St. Mary’s College Press.

Allerton, John. (1985). “About a Theology of Conseration.” Faith and Freedom: A Journal of Progressive Religion, 38(3), pp. 114-126.

Allison, L. M. (1960). Grace and Nature in the Theology of John Calvin. Ph.D. diss., Union Theological Seminary in Virginia.

Alpers, K. P. (1971). “Starting Points for an Ecological Theology: A Bibliographic Survey.” In M. E. Marty and D. G. Peerman (Eds.), New Theology No. 8 (pp. 292-312). New York: Macmillan.

-----. (1976). “Toward an Environmental Ethic.” Dialog, 15(Winter), pp. 49-55.

Alston, Dana. (1990). We Speak for Ourselves: Social, Justice, Race, and Environment. Washington, D. C.: The Panos Institute.

Alt, Albrecht. (1968a). “The God of the Fathers.” Trans. R. A. Wilson. In Essays on Old Testament History and Religion. Garden City, NJ: Archer Books, pp. 1-100.

-----. (1968b). “The Origins of Israelite Law.” Trans. R. A. Wilson. In Essays on Old Testament History and Religion. Garden City, NJ: Archer Books, pp. 101-171.

Altmann, A. (Ed.) (1966). Biblical Motifs: Origins and Transformations. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Alvarado, R. C. (1986/87). “Environmentalism and Christianity’s Ethic of Domination.” Journal of Christian Reconstruction, 11(2), pp. 201-215.

Alves Da Silva, D. (1989, May-June). “Brazil: Chico Mendez, Ecologist, Assassinated; Interview.” Latin American Documentation, pp.9-17.

American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A. Board of National Ministries (1974). “Ecological Wholeness and Justice: The Imperative of God.” Foundations, 17(2), pp. 133-157.

American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A. General Board Reference # 7004:6/77 (1986a). “Energy.” American Baptist Quarterly, 5(2,3), pp. 108-112.

American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A. General Board Reference # 8053:9/82 (1986b). “The Disposal of Hazardous and Radioactive Wastes. American Baptist Quarterly, 5(2,3), pp. 203-204.

American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A. General Board Reference # 8097:12/82 (1986c). “Nuclear Power: Seeking Rational Solutions.” American Baptist Quarterly, 5(2,3), pp. 259-263.

American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A. General Board Reference # 8106:6/83 (1986d). “In Support of the Law of the Sea Treaty.” American Baptist Quarterly, 5(2,3), pp. 248-249.

American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A. General Board Reference # (1986e). “Environmental Concerns.” American Baptist Quarterly, 5(2,3), pp. 213-214.

American Lutheran Church (1982). The Land: Statements and Actions of the American Lutheran Church (1978-1982) Dealing With the Land and Those Who Tend It. Minneapolis: Augsburg.

American Scientific Affiliation (1969). Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 21(2), pp. 33-47.

-----. (1978). “A Journal Symposium: The Recombinant DNA Controversy.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 30(2), pp. 73-81.

-----. (1980). “Symposium on Nuclear Energy.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 32(2), pp. 65-114.

Ancil, R. E. (1990). “Man and His Environment: A Creationist Perspective.” Creation, Social Science and Humanities Quarterly, 12 (summer), pp. 19-22.

Anderson, Berhard W. (1955). “The Earth is the Lord’s.” Interpretation, 9(1), 3-20.

-----. (1962). “Exodus Typology in Second Isaiah.” In Bernhard W. Anderson and Walter Harrison (Eds.), Israel’s Prophetic Heritage, New York: Harper. pp. 177-195.

-----. (1967). Creation Versus Chaos. New York: Association Press.

-----. (1975). “Human Dominion Over Nature.” In M. Ward (ed.), Biblical Studies in Contemporary Thought 9pp.27-45). Somerville, Mass: Greeno, Hadden & Co.

-----. (1983). “Creation and Ecology.” American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 4(1), pp.14-30.

-----. (1984). Creation in the Old Testament. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

-----. (1987). Creation Versus Chaos. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

Anderson, F. (1989a). “In Search of a Covenant Economy: The Catholic Bishops of Ontario Issue a Call For Economic Justice for Farmers and For Urban Understanding.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 5(4,5), 6-8.

-----. (1989b). “Keeping Land in Perspective.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 5(4,5). p.3.

-----. (1989c). “Stewardship: Opportunities and Challenges.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 5(1), pp. 19-20.

Anderson, J. K. (1982). Genetic Engineering. Grand Rapids, Mi: Academic Books, Zondervan.

Anderson, T. (1986). “Indigenous Peoples, the Land, and Self-Government.” In B. W. Harrison, R. L. Stivers, & R. H. Stone (Eds.), The Public Vocation of Christian Ethics (pp. 159-178). New York: The Pilgrim Press.

Angel, J. L. (1972). “Ecology and Population in the Eastern Mediterranean.” World Archeology, 4: 88-105.

Anglemyer, Mary, Eleanor R. Seagraves, and Catherine C. LeMaistre. (1980). A Search for Environmental Ethics: An Initial Biography. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.

Applegarth, A. (1987). “Should Christians Live More Simply?”, Virtue, 10(3), pp. 62-64.

Aptowitzer, V. (1926). “The Rewarding and Punishing of Animals and Inanimate Objects: On the Aggadic View of the World.” Hebrew Union College Annual, 3, pp. 117-155.

Armerding, C. E. (1973). “Biblical Perspectives on the Ecology Crisis.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 25(1), pp. 4-9.

Armstrong, Edward A. (1973). Saint Francis: Nature Mystic. Berkeley, Ca: University of California Press.

Arnold, E. (1987). “The Implications of Eco-Justice.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.87). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Arnold, E. B. (1988/89). “The Limitations of Enlightened Self-Interest.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 8(4), pp.6-8.

Arvill, R. (1969). Man and Environment. London: Penguin Books.

Aschliman, K. A. (1987). “Parenting for Peace and Justice and Its Relationship to the Environment.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building An Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p. 79). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Ashley, Benedict. (1992). “Dominion or Stewardship? Theological Reflections.” In Kevin W. Wildes, et al. (Eds.), Birth, Suffering and Death. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publications, pp. 85-106.

Asian Theologians (1977). “Man and Nature.” 3cc. Bul Miss R;1, pp.19-21.

Asselin, D. T. (1954). “The Notion of Dominion in Genesis 1-3.” Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 16, pp. 277-294.

Attfield, Robin. (1983a). “Christian Attitudes to Nature.” Journal of the History of Ideas, 44(3), pp. 369-386.

-----. (1983b). The Ethics of Environmental Concern. New York: Columbia University Press.

-----. (1983c). “Western Traditions and Environmental Ethics.” In R. Elliot & A. Gare (Eds.), Environmental Philosophy: A Collection of Readings (pp. 201-230). University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.

Aukerman, D. (1981). Darkening Valley: A Biblical Perspective on Nuclear War. New York: Seabury Press.

-----. 1983). “Fortified Dominion.” Epiphany, 3(3), pp. 18-20.

Austin, Richard Cartwright. (1977a). “Three Axioms for Land Use.” The Christian Century, 94(32), pp. 910-915.

-----. (1977b). “Toward Environmental Theology.” The Drew Gateway, 28(2), pp. 1-14.

-----. (1987a). Baptized into Wilderness: A Christian Perspective on John Muir. Atlanta, Ga: John Knox Press.

-----. (1987b). “Beyond Stewardship to Relationship: John Muir’s Challenge to Christianity.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p. 51). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology

-----. (1987c). “Rights for Life: Rebuilding Human Relationships With Land.” In B. F. Evans & G. D. Cusakc (Eds.), Theology of the Land (pp. 103-126). Collegeville, Mn: The Liturgical press.

-----. (1988a). Beauty of the Lord: Awakening of the Senses. Atlanta, Ga: John Knox Press.

-----. (1988b). Hope for the Land: Nature in the Bible. Atlanta, Ga: John Knox Press.

Axel, L. E., and W. C. Peden (Eds). (1983). “Technology Culture, and Environment.” American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 4(1), pp.3-48.

INDEX  |  A-B  |  C-E  |  F-H  |  I-L  |  M-O  |  P-R  |  S-T  |  U-Z

Badke, W. B. (1991). Project Earth: Preserving the World God Created. Portland, Or: Multnomah Press.

Baer, Richard A., Jr. (1966, Oct. 12). “Land Misuse: A Theological Concern.” Christian Century, pp. 1239-1241.

-----. (1969, Jan. 8). “Conservation: An Arena for the Church’s Concern.” Christian Century, 86 (2), pp. 40-43.

-----. (1970). “Christian Responsibility in Man’s Relation to Nature.” The Lutheran Forum, 4, pp. 6-7.

-----. (1971). “Ecology, Religion, and the American Dream.” American Ecclesiastical Review, 165, pp. 43-59.

-----. (1975). “Poverty, Pollution, and the Power of the Gospel.” Engage/Social Action, 3, pp. 49-57.

-----. (1977). “Higher Education, the Church and Environmental Values.” Natural Resources Journal, 17, pp. 477-491.

-----. (1985). “Poverty, Pollution, and the Power of the Gospel.” In N. C. Murphy Ed.), Teaching and Preaching Stewardship: An Anthology (pp. 223-231). New York: Commission of Stewardship, National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.

Bagby, R. (1987). “Eco-feminism and the Church: Part Three: Caring for the Earth.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p. 100). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Bahr, Ann Marie B. (1991). “Our Covenant with Stones.” In Carol S. Robb and C. J. Casebolt (Eds.) Covenant for a New Creation: Ethics, Religion, and Public Policy. Maryknoll, NY, and Berkeley, Ca: Orbis Books; GTU.

Bailey, L. H. (1915). The Holy Earth. New York: The Christian Rural Fellowship (reprinted in 1946).

Baker, J. M. and R. Bradbury (Eds). (1990). “The State of the Ark.” The Modern Churchman, 32(2), pp. 1-55.

Bakken, Peter. (1995). Ecology, Justice and Christian Faith: A Critical Guide to the Literature. Westport, Ct: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Balasuriya, Tissa. (1984). Planetary Theology. London: SCM Press.

Baldwin, S. (1976). “A Case Against Waste and Other Excesses.” Christianity Today, 20(21), pp. 1066-1070.

Ballard, Paul H. (1985). “Conservation in a Christian Context.” The Baptist Quarterly, 31, pp, 23-38.

Balmer, R. (1989). “California Dreamin’.” The Reformed Journal, 39(10), pp.7-8.

Baltaz, D. (1987). “Jesuit Farm Project: Searching for Spirituality and Justice.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 3(4), pp. 14-16.

-----, (1989). “Farming as a Spiritual Pursuit: The Jesuit Farm Project Examines the Non-Economic Side of Farming.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 5(4/5), pp. 4-6.

Baly, Dennis. (1987). Basic Biblical Geography. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

Balzar, John. (1994). “Doomsayers of Overpopulation Sound a New Jeremiad.” Los Angeles Times, 7 June: A5.

Bamford, C. (1983). “Ecology and Holiness: The Heritage of Celtic Christianity.” Epiphany, 3(3). Pp. 66-78.

-----, (1984). “Daily Bread.” Parabola: The Magazine of Myth and Tradition, 9(4), pp. 56-63.

Banks, Williams. (1972). The Black Church in the U.S.: Its Origin, Growth, Contributions and Outlook. Chicago: Moody Press.

Barbieri, C. (1997). “Spiritualities in Environmental Education: Part Two: Good Planets Are Hard to Come By: Educating About the Eleventh Commandment and the Emergence of Ecological Intrinsic Values.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 81-82). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Barbour, Ian G. (1993). Ethics in an Age of Technology: The Gifford Lectures, Vol. II. San Francisco: Harper and Row.

-----, (1990). Religion in an Age of Science: The Gifford Lectures, Vol. I. San Francisco: Harper and Row.

-----, (Autumn 1990). “Response to Panel on ‘The Church and the Environmental Crisis’.” CTNS Bulletin, pp. 26-28.

-----, (1980). Technology, Environment, and Human Values. New York: Praeger Publishers.

-----, (1979). “Justice, Participation and Sustainability at MIT.” The Ecumenical Review, 31, 380-387.

-----, (1973). (Ed.). Western Man and Environmental Ethics. Reading, Ma: Addison-Wesley.

-----, (1972). Earth Might Be Fair. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

-----, (1970). “An Ecological Ethic.” Christian Century, 87, pp. 1180-1184.

-----, (1968). Science and Religion: New Perspectives on the Dialogue. New York: Harper & Row, Inc.

-----, (1966). Issues in Science and Religion. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentiss-Hall, Inc.

Barclay, Oliver R. (April 1992). “Animal Rights: A Critique.” Science and Christian Belief, pp. 49-61.

Barnes, Michael. (Ed.) (1994). An Ecology of the Spirit: Religious Reflection and Environmental Consciousness. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America.

Barnes, P. (1989). “Biotechnology: Separation From Creation?” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 5(3), pp. 17-18.

Barnett, T. L., and S. R. Flora. Christian Outdoor Education: A Program for Christian Schools and Camps. Duluth, Minn.: Camping Guideposts.

Barnette, Henlee. H. (1972a). The Church and the Ecological Crisis. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Pub. Co.

-----, (1972b). “Toward an Ecological Ethic.” Review and Expositor, 69(1), pp. 23-35.

Barney, Gerald O., Study Director. (1980). The Global 2000 Report to the President of the U.S.: Entering the 21st Century. vol.1: The Summary Report. New York: Pergamon Press.

-----. (1984). “The Future of the Creation: The Central Challenge for Theologians.” Word and World, 4(4), pp. 422-429.

-----. (1993). Global 2000 Revisited: What Should We Do? Arlington, Va: Public Interest Publications.

Barr, James. (1963). “Revelation Throught History in the Old Testament and in Modern Theology.” Interpretation 17.

-----. (1968-69). “The Images of God in the Book of Genesis.” Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library, 51, pp. 11-26.

-----. (1972). “Man and Nature: The Ecological Controversy and the Old Testament. Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library, 55(1), pp. 9-32.

Baney, L. (1973). “Ecology and the Scriptural Concept of the Master.” Christian Scholar’s Review, 3(1), pp. 49-50.

Batchelor, Martine and Kerry Brown. (Eds.) (1992). Buddhism and Ecology. London and New York: Cassell Publishers Limited? World Wide Fund for Nature.

Batchelor, S. (1986, July-Sept.). “Windpumps: An Answer for Africa.” Together: A Journal of World Vision International, pp. 19-20.

Bauckham, Richard. (1986). “First Steps to a Theology of Nature.” The Evangelical Quarterly, 58(3), pp. 229-244.

Baumm, S. (1986). “Virtue: A Foundation in the Heart.” Epiphany, 6(4), pp. 26-29.

Bayles, Michael D.  (Ed.) (1976). Ethics and Population. Cambridge: Schenkman Publishing Co.

-----. (1980). Morality and Population Policy. Birmingham: University of Alabama Press.

Beach, W. (1979). The Wheel and the Cross: A Christian Response to the Technological Revolution. Atlanta: John Knox Press.

Beavis, Mary Ann. (1991). “Stewardship, Planning, and Public Policy.” Plan Canada, 31:6, pp. 75-82.

Becker, William H. (July 1992). “Ecological Sin.” Theology Today. Pp. 152-164.

Beer, Gillian. (1985). “Darwin’s Reading and the Fictions of Development.” In David Kohn (Ed.), The Darwinian Heritage. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Beisner, E. Calvin. (1990). Prospects for Growth: A Biblical View of Population, Resources, and the Future. Westchester, Ill.: Crossway Books.

Beker, J. Christiaan. (1980). Paul the Apostle: The Triumph of God in Life and Thought. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

Bell, Betty Louise. (1994). Faces in the Moon. Norman, Ok: University of Oklahoma Press.

Benjamin, P. (1986). The Theology of the Land in a Book of Joshua. Ph.D., Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.

Benjamin, W. W. (1979). “A Challenge to the Eco-Doomsters.” The Christian Century, 96(10), pp. 252-272.

Bennet, John B. (1974). “Nature—God’s Body: A Whiteheadian Perspective.” Philosophy Today, 18, pp. 248-254.

-----. (1976). “A Context for the Land Ethic.” Philosophy Today, pp. 124-133.

-----. (1977). “On Responding to Lynn White: Ecology and Christianity.” Ohio Journal of Religious Studies, 5(1), pp. 71-77.

Bente, P. F. (1989). “Becoming a Responsible Entity in God’s Creation.” Lutheran Theological Seminary Bulletin, 69(3). pp.49-56.

Bergant, Dianne. (1987). The World is a Prayerful Place: Spirituality and Life. Collegeville, Mn: Liturgical Press.

Berkhof, H. (1977). “God in Nature and History.” In C. T. McIntire (Ed.), God, History, and Historians: Modern Christian Views of History. New York: Oxford University Press.

Berry, J. F. (1987). “The Implications of Creation Spirituality: Part Three: Earth Technologies.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.86). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Berry, Robert J. (1972). Ecology and Ethics. Downers Grove, Il: Inter-Varsity Press.

-----. (April 1991). “Christianity and the Environment: Escapist Mysticism or Responsible Stewardship.” Science and Christian Belief, pp. 3-18.

Berry, Thomas. (1980). “Management: The Managerial Ethos and the Future of the Planet Earth.” Teilhard Studies, 3, pp.1-14.

-----. (1985). “Wonderworld as Wasteworld: The Earth in Deficit.” Cross Currents, 35, pp.408-422.

-----. (1987a). “The Implications of Creation Spirituality: Part One: Overview.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.85). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1987b). “The Spirituality of the Earth.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.21). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1988a). The Dream of the Earth. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books.

-----. (1988b). “The Earth Community: We Must Be Clear About What Happens When We Destroy the Living Forms of This Planet.” Christian Social Action, 1, pp. 11-13.

-----. Thomas Clar, Stephen Dunn, and Anne Lonergan (Eds.) (1991). Befriending the Earth: A Theology of Reconciliation Between Humans and the Earth. Mystic, CT: Twenty-Third Publications.

Berry, Wendell. (1972). A Continuous Harmony. San Diego: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich Publishers.

-----. (1977). The Unsettling of America. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books.

-----. (1981). The Gift of Good Land: Further Essays, Cultural and Agricultural. San Francisco: North Point Press.

-----. (1984). “Two Economies.” Review and Expositer, 81, pp. 209-223.

-----. (1987). “God and Country.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 15-17). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1988). “God and Country.” Firmament: The Quarterly of Christian Ecology, 1(1), pp.10-13.

-----. (1991). “Out of Your Car, Off Your Horse.” The Atlantic, February.

-----. (Summer 1993). “Christianity and the Survival of Creation.” CrossCurrents, pp. 149-163.

Best, Bruce. (April 1981). “The A to Z of Everything.” One World, pp. 17-19.

Beversluis, Joel D. (Ed.) (1995). A Sourcebook for Earth’s Community of Religions. New York: Global Education Associates.

Bhagat, Shantilal P. (1990). Creation in Crisis: Responding to God’s Covenant. Elgin, Ill.: Brethren Press.

Biehl, Janet. (1991a). Rethinking Ecofeminist Politics. Boston: South End Press.

-----. (1991b). Finding Our Way: Rethinking Ecofeminist Politics. Montreal: Black Rose Books.

Biggs, John. (Jan 1991). “Toward a Theology for the Environment.” Baptist Quarterly, pp. 33-42.

Bigwood, Carol. (1993). Earth Muse. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Bindewald, A. (1977). Spiritual Living in a Technological Environment. M.A. , Duquesne University.

Birch, Bruce C. (1978). “Energy Ethics Reaches the Church’s Agenda.” Christian Century, 95(35), pp. 1034-1038.

-----. (1988). “Nature, Humanity, and Biblical Theology: Observations Toward a Relational Theology of Nature.” In W. Granberg-Michaelson (Ed.), Ecology and Life: Accepting Our Environmental Responsibility (pp. 143-150). Waco, Tx: Word Books.

-----. and L. L. Rasmussen. (1978). The Predicament of the Prosperous. Philadelphia: Westminster Press.

-----. (1985). “These All Look to Thee: A Relational Theology of Nature.” Engage/Social Action, 13(5), pp. 33-39.

Birch, Charles. (1965). Nature and God. Philadelphia: Westminster Press.

-----. (1971). “The Global Environment, Responsible Choice and Social Justice.” The Ecumenical Review, 23(4), pp. 438-442.

-----. (Jan 1973). “Three Facts, Eight Fallacies and Three Axioms About Population and Environment.” Ecumenical Review, pp. 29-40.

-----. (1975). Confronting the Future: Australia and the World: The Next Hundred Years. London: Penguin Books.

-----. (1976a). “Creation, Technology and Human Survival: Called to Replenish the Earth.” The Ecumenical Review, 28, pp.  66-79.

-----. (1976b). “Ecological Liberation.” Engage/Social Action, 4, pp. 49-52.

-----. (1978). Faith, Science, and the Future. Geneva: World Council of Churches.

-----. (1979). “Nature, God and Humanity in Ecological Perspective.” Christianity and Crisis: A Christian Journal of Opinion, 39, pp. 259-266.

-----. (1980). “Nature, Humanity and God in Ecological Perspective.” In R. L. Shinn (Ed.), Faith and Science in an Unjust World: Report of the World Council of Churches Conference on Faith, Science, and the Future, Vol. 1: Plenary Presentations. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

-----, and John Cobb. (1981). The Liberation of Life: From the Cell to the Community. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

-----. (Jan 1985). “How Brave a New World?” Ecumenical Review, pp. 152-160.

-----. (1988). “The Scientific-Environmental Crisis: Where Do the Churches Stand?” The Ecumenical Review, 40. pp. 185-193.

-----, William Eakin, and Jay B. McDaniel. (Eds.) (1990). Liberating Life: Contemporary Approaches to Ecological Theology. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books.

-----. (1990). On Purpose. Kensington, Australia: New South Wales University Press.

-----. (1993). Regaining Compassion for Humanity and Nature. Kensington, Australia: New South Wales University Press.

Bird, P. A. (1981). “‘Male and Female He Created Them’: Gen 1:27b in the Context of the Priestly Account of Creation.” HTR 74(2), pp. 129-159.

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