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Bibliography in Ecological Ethics and Eco-Theology: F-H

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.

WARNING: This is a long file.

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

Fackre, Gabriel. (1971). “Ecology and Theology.” Religion in Life, 40, pp. 210-224.

Fagley, R. (1960). The Population Explosion and Christian Responsibility. New York: Oxford University Press.

-----. (1962). “The Christian’s Response to the Population Explosion.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 14(1), pp. 17-24.

Falcke, Heino. (1984). “Confronting Threats to Peace and Survival: Theological Aspects.” The Ecumenical Review, 36. pp. 33-42.

-----. (1986). “Biblical Aspects of the Process of Mutual Commitment.” The Ecumenical Review, 38, pp. 257-264.

-----. (1987). “The Integrity of Creation.” One World, pp. 15-18.

Fandrich, H. (1973). “The Engineer, the Consumer, and Pollution.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 25(1), pp. 17-20.

Faramelli, Norman J. (1970). “Ecological Responsibility and Economic Justice: The Perilous Links Between Ecology and Poverty.” Andover Newton Quarterly, 11(2), pp. 81-93.

-----. (1971). Technethics. New York: Friendship Press.

-----. (1972a). “Ecological Responsibility and Church Investments.” Church and Society, 62, pp. 25-33.

-----. (1972b, July-Aug). Urban Ecology: Basis for a New Alliance.” New World Outlook, pp. 9-15.

-----. (1972c, Winter). “Toying with the Environment and the Poor: A Report on the Stockholm Environmental Conference.” Environmental Affairs, pp. 469- 486.

-----. (1973). “The Role of the Church in Eco-Justice.” Church and Society, 64(Nov-Dec), pp. 4-15.

-----. (1974). “Ecojustice: Challenge to the Churches in the 1970’s.” Foundations, 17(2), pp. 124-132.

----- and Charles Powers. (1978). “Environmental Ethics: Questions of Social Justice.” In Warren T. Reich (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Bioethics. Vol. 1. New York: Free Press, pp. 388-392.

Faricy, Robert. (1982). Wind and Sea Obey Him. London: SCM Press.

-----. (1988). “The Person-Nature Split: Ecology, Women, and Human Life.” The Teilhard Review, 23, pp. 33-44.

Farley, Edward. (1983). Theologia: The Fragmentation and Unity of Theological Education. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

Farrell, M. (1981). “J. Watt: Occupy the Land Until Jesus Comes.” National Catholic Reporter, 17, p.16.

Feddema, R.(1991). “Sustainable Agriculture.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 6(3):19.

Feenstra, (1969). “The Spritual vs. Material Heresy.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 21(2), pp. 44-46.

Ferguson, Olander, et al., (Eds.) (1990). Discourses: Conversations in Postmodern Art and Culture. New York: Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the New Museum of Contemporary Art.

Ferkiss, V. C. (1972). “Technology and the Future of Man.” Review and Expositor, 69(1), pp. 49-54.

-----. (1974). “Christianity, Technology and the Human Future.” Dialog, 13, pp. 258-263.

Ferre, Frederick. (1976). Shaping the Future. New York: Harper and Row.

-----. (1982). “Religious World Modeling and Postmodern Science.” The Journal of Religion, 62, pp. 261-271.

-----. (1983). “Faith for the Future.” American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 4(1), pp. 3-13.

-----. (1992). “The Integrity of Creation.” In Randolph Crump Miller (Ed.) Empirical Theology. Birmingham, Ala: Religious Education Press.

Filippi, Linda J. (1990). Of Sweet Grapes, Wheat Berries and Simple Meeting: Feminist Theology, Gestalt Therapy, Pastoral Counseling, and the Earth (ecology). Ph.D., School of Theology at Claremont.

------. (1991). “Place, Feminism, and Healing: An Ecology of Pastoral Counseling.” Journal of Pastoral Care 45, no. 3, Fall, pp. 231-42.

Finger, R. H. (1990). “Many Strands—One Web.” Daughters of Sarah, 16(May/June), 2.

Finnerty, A. (1977). No More Plastic Jesus: Global Justice and Christian Lifestyle. New York: Orbis Books.

Finnin, W., and D. Huisingh. (1972). “Population Control Begins With You.” Duke Divinity Review, 37, pp. 32-39.

Fisher, J. (1972). Scripture Animals: A Natural History of the Living Creatures Named in the Bible. New York: Weathervane Books.

Fisher, L. (1970). “Man and Nature in Old Testament Traditions.” IDOC International, 9, pp. 16-39.

Fisher, W. E. (1976). A New Climate for Stewardship. Nashville, Tn: Abingdon Press.

FitzMaurice, E. (1989). “A Time to Heal.” Momentum, 20, pp. 75-77.

Foltz, B. V. (1984). “On Heidegger and the Interpretation of Environmental Crisis.” Environmental Ethics, 6(4), pp. 323-338.

Forbes, J. A. (1985). “Preaching in the Contemporary World.” In D. Hessel (Ed.), For Creation’s Sake: Preaching, Ecology and Justice (pp. 45-54). Philadelphia: Geneva Press.

Forrester-Brown, J. A. (1920). The Two Creation Stories in Genesis: A Study of Their Symbolism. London: John M. Watkins. Reprinted by Shambala, Berkeley, Ca.

Foster, R. J. (1978). Celebration of Discipline. New York: Harper and Row.

-----. (1981). Freedom of Simplicity. New York: Harper and Row.

Foster, W. J., and D. R. Jeays. (1981). “Environmental Attitudes, Religious Beliefs and Denominational Affiliation in a Group of Primary Teacher Education Students.” Journal of Christian Education, 72, pp. 46-51.

Foundations (1974). “Ecology and Justice.” Foundations, 17, pp. 99-172.

Fowler, Robert Booth. (1995). The Greening of Protestant Thought. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Fox, Matthew. (1979). Western Spirituality: Historical Roots, Ecumenical Roots. Notre Dame, In: Fides/Claretian.

-----. (1980). Breakthrough: Meister Eckhart’s Creation Spirituality in New Translation. Santa Fe: Bear and Company.

-----. (1983a). Meditations with Meister Eckhart. Santa Fe: Bear and Company.

-----. (1983b). Original Blessing. Santa Fe: Bear and Company.

-----. (1988). The Coming of the Cosmic Christ. San Francisco: Harper and Row.

Fox, T. C. (1987, Sept.4). “Coalition Draws Belated Church into Ecosystem.” National Catholic Reporter, pp. 1ff.

Frair, W. (1969). “Ignorance, Inertia, and Irresponsibility.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 21(2), pp. 43-44.

Frame, R. (1988). “Planetary Justice.” Christianity Today, 32(17), p. 74.

-----. (1990). “Christianity and Ecology: A Better Mix Than Before.” Christianity Today, 34(April 23), pp. 38-39.

-----. (1991). “Defiler of the Earth.”Christianity Today, 35(7), 41.

Francis, J. and P. Albrecht. (Eds.) (1976). Facing Up to Nuclear Power, Risks and Potentialities of te Large-Scale Use of Nuclear Energy. Philadelphia: Westminster.

Francis, M. (1988). “Ecology and the Integrity of Creation.” SEDOS Bulletin, 11, pp. 378-380.

Freeman, J. (1987). “Christian Conservation Begins in the Home.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 63-64). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Freire, Paulo. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. New York: Seabury.

-----. (1985). The Politics of Education: Culture, Power, and Liberation. South Hadley, MA: Bergin & Garvey.

French, W. (1986). “Technology and Ethics: Reflections After Chernobyl.” Christian Century, 103(23), pp. 675-678.

Fretheim, Terrence E. (1969). Creation, Fall and Flood. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House.

-----. (1984). The Suffering of God: An Old Testament Perspective. Overtures to Biblical Theology. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

-----. (1987). “Nature’s Praise of God in the Psalms.” Ex Auditu, 3, pp. 16-30.

-----. (1991a). “The Plagues as Ecological Signs of Historical Disaster.” JBL, 110(3), pp.. 385-96.

-----. (1991b). “The Reclaiming of Creation: Redemption and Law in Exodus.” Interpretation, 45 (Oct.), ppp. 354-65.

-----. (1992). “Creator, Creature, and Co-creation in Genesis 1-2.” In Hultgren, Juel, and Kingsbury (Eds.) All Things New: Essays in Honor of Roy A. Harrisville. St. Paul, MN: Word and World, Luther Northwestern Theological Seminary.

Freudenberger, C. Dean and Paul Minus. (1975). Christian Responsibility in a Hungry World. Nashville: Abingdon Press.

Freudenberger, C. Dean. (1981). The Gift of Land. Los Angeles: Franciscan Communications.

-----. (1982). “Resource Abuse: ‘The Land Does Not Lie.’” In W. Bryon (Ed.), The Causes of World Hunger. New York: Paulist Press.

-----. (1984). Food for Tomorrow? Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House.

-----. (1986). “Food and Politics: Business as Usual Has Run its Course. What are the Options? Word and World, 6(1), pp. 40-53.

-----. (1987a). “Implications of a New Land Ethic.” In B. F. Evans and G. D. Cusack (Eds.), Theology of the Land (pp. 69-84). Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press.

-----. (1987b). “An Overview of Christian Agriculture Historically and Principles of Land Stewardship.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 34-35). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1987c). “Regenerative Food Systems in Perspective of an Ancient Hebrew Tradition of Covenant.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p. 46). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1988). “The Agricultural Agenda for the Twenty-First Century.” Pro Rege, 16(4): 15-21.

-----. (1989a). “The Agricultural Agenda for the 21st Century.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 5(1), 5-9.

-----. (1989b, Jan-Mar). “Caring for the Earth.” Together, A Publication of World Vision, 7-9.

-----. (1990). Global Dust Bowl: Can We Stop the Destruction of the Land Before it’s Too Late? Minneapolis: Augsburg.

-----, and J. C. Hough, Jr. (1977). “Lifeboats and Hungry People.” In D. T. Hessel (Ed.), Beyond Survival: Bread and Justice in Christian Perspective (pp. 19-47). New York: Friendship Press.

Freudenstein, E. G. (1970). “Ecology and the Jewish Tradition.” Judaism, 19, pp. 406-414.

Friend, J. A. (1982). “Nature, Man and God: A Temple Revisited.” Reformed Theological Review, 41(2), 34-41.

Friends (Religious Society of—Pacific Yearly Meeting): Unity with Nature Committee (1988, June). Environment in Friends’ Concerns. Environment in Friends’ Concerns, 7899 St. Helena Road, Santa Rosa, Ca 95404.

Fritsch, Albert J. (1972). A Theology of the Earth. Washington, D. C. CLB Publishers, Inc.

-----. (1987a). Statement by Fr. Al Fritsch, SJ, at press conference.” In F. W. Krueger (ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p. 5). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

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

-----. (1987c). Renew the Face of the Earth. Chicago: Loyola Univ. Press.

-----, and G. McMahan, A. Okagaki, and W. Millard. (1980). Environmental Ethics: Choices for Concerned Citizens. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor Press/Doubleday.

Froehlich, Karl F. (1970). “Ecology of Creation.” Theology Today, 27(3), pp. 263-276.

-----. (1987a). “A Christian Ecologist’s Response to Native American Presence and Spirituality.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.77), North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1987b). “Technologies for Regeneration: Part Three: The Water Crisis and You.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 91-92). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Frymer-Kensky, Tikva. (1992). In the Wake of the Goddesses: Women, Culture, and the Biblical Transformation of Pagan Myth. New York: Fawcett Columbine, Ballantine Books.

Fuerst, W. J. (1980). “Space and Place in the Old Testament.” Dialog (St. Paul, MN, imprint), 19, pp. 193-198.

Fuggle, R. F. (1987). “Convergence Between Religion and Conservation: A Review of the Assis Celebrations.” In W. S. Vorster (Ed.), Are We Killing God’s Earth? (pp.1-5). Pretoria, South Africa: University of South Africa.

Fuller, Robert. (1992). Ecology of Care. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press.

Funck, L. L. (1976). “Energy Crisis: Where Are We Now?” Moody Monthly, 76, pp. 118-121.

Furuya, Keiichi. (1990, Spring). “Faith, Science and the Future: MIT Conference Report.” Japan Christian Quarterly, pp. 73-82.

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

Gaard, Greta. (1993). Ecofeminism: Women, Animals, Nature. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Galloway, A. D. (1951). The Cosmic Christ. New York: Harper and Row.

Gambell, Ray. (1990). “Whaling—A Christian Position.” Science and Christian Belief, 2(April), pp. 15-24.

Gammie, J. G. (1978). “Behemoth and Leviathan: On the Didactic and Theological Significance of Job 40:15-41:26.” In J. G. Gammie, W. A. Brueggeman, W. L. Humphreys, and J. M. Ward (Eds.), Israelite Wisdom: Theological and Literary Essays in Honor of Samuel Terrien (pp. 217-231). New York: Union Theological Seminary.

Gardiner, R. W. (1990). “Between the Two Worlds: Humans in Nature and Culture.” Environmental Ethics, 12(4), pp. 339-352.

Garrick, I. (1970). “Right Involvement with Nature.” Frontier, 13(2), 31-33.

Garriot, Charlie. (1983, Jan). “A Theology for all My Relatives: Are you at Peace with Your Nonhuman Relatives in Creation?” Other Side, pp. 16-19.

-----. (1987, May). “Mound Planting: Meeting Christ in the Garden.” Other Side, pp. 32-37.

Gaston, W. F. (1985). The Art of Wakefulness: Introducing a Creation-Centered Spirituality into the Life of the Church. D.Min., United Theological Seminary.

Gedicks, Al. (1993). The New Resource Wars: Native and Environmental Struggles Against Multinational Corporations. Boston: South End Press.

Geels, E. J. (1978). “A Journal Symposium—The Recombinant DNA Controversy: Examine the Dangers and Benefits Carefully.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 30(2), 75-76.

Geiger, D. R. (1978). “Agriculture, Stewardship, and a Sustainable Future.” In M.E. Jegen and B. V. Manno, (Eds.), The Earth is the Lord’s (pp. 88-99). New York: Paulist Press.

Geisler, N. (1989). Knowing the Truth about Creation: How It Happened and What It Means for Us. Ann Arbor, MI: Servant Books.

Gelderloos, Orin G. “Leadership in Environmental Ethics.” In E. R. Squiers (Ed.), The Environmental Crisis: The Ethical Dilemma (pp. 345-361). Mancelona, MI: Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies.

-----. (1992). Eco-Theology. Glascow: Wild Goose Publications.

-----. (1989, June). “Energy and the Bible.” ICE Melter Newsletter, pp. 1-11.

Gendler, Everett. (1971). “On the Judaism of Nature.” In Sleeper and Mintz (Eds.) (1971) The New Jews. New York: Random House.

Genesis Rabbah (1985). Genesis Rabbah: The Judaic Commentary to the Book of Genesis. Atlanta: Scholars Press.

George, D. (1984). The Christian as a Consumer. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press.

Gibbs, John C. (1971a). Creation and Redemption: A Study in Pauline Theology. Leiden: E. J. Brill.

-----. (1971b). “Pauline Cosmic Christology and Ecological Crisis.” Journal of Biblical Literature, 90(4), pp. 466-479.

Gibson, William E. (1975). “Economic Justice.” Church and Society, 66(Nove-Dec), 11-21.

-----. (1976, Early Winter). “Eco-Justice: A Mission Priority of the Future.” Connexion.

-----. (1977a). “Ecojustice: Burning Word: Heilbroner and Jeremiah to the Church.” Foundations, 20(4), 318-328.

-----. (1977b). “The Lifestyle of Christian Faithfulness.” In D. T. Hessel (Ed.), Beyond Survival. New York: Friendship Press.

-----. (1978[revised 1981]). A Covenant Group for Lifestyle Assessment. New York: Program Agency, Presbyterian Church, USA.

-----. (1979, May). “Life on a Shrinking Planet.” A.D.

-----. (1980a). “Justice, the Church and the Land Grant College.” In D. T. Hessel (Ed.), The Agricultural Mission of Churches and Land Grant Universities. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press.

-----. (1980b). “Values for Post-Affluent Times.” In D. T. Hessel (Ed.), Rethinking Social Ministry. New York: Program Agency, Presbyterian Church, USA.

-----. (1980c). “What is Happening in American Society? And the powers of the Church.” In D. T. Hessel (Ed.), Participant’s Manual for Social Ministry Institutes. New York: Program Agency, Presbyterian Church, USA.

-----. (1981). “Sufficiency: Direction of the Church’s Mission.” In D. T. Hessel (Ed.), Congregational Lifestyle Change for the Lean Years. New York: Program Agency, Presbyterian Chruch, USA.

-----. (1982a, Dec). “Eco-justice: What is it?” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice.

-----. (1982b, Sept). “The Ecology of an Accelerating Transition.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice.

-----. (1982c, July-Aug). “Shalom Through Work.” The Upper Room.

-----. (1982d). Social Ministry and the Knowledge of God in Our Time. Ithaca, New York: CRESP.

-----. (1983a, Mar). “The Land Mourns.” JSAC Grapevine.

-----. (1983b). “Praise the Creator—Care for Creation.” In D. T. Hessel (Ed.), Social Themes of the Christian Year: A Commentary on the Lectionary. Philadelphia: Geneva Press.

-----. (1985a). “Eco-Justice: New Perspective for a Time of Turning.” In D. Hessel (Ed.), For Creation’s Sake: Preaching, Ecology, and Justice (pp. 15-31). Philadelphia: Geneva Press.

-----. (1985b). “The Search for a New Humanity.” In N. Hundertmark (Ed.), Pro-Earth. New York: Friendship Press.

-----. (1985c). “Stewardship and Economics.” In N. Hundertmark (Ed.), Pro-Earth. New York: Friendship Press.

-----. (1986a, Spring). “Confessing and Covenanting.” In D. T. Hessel (Ed.), Shalom Connections in Personal and Congregational Life. Ellenwood, Georgia: Alternatives.

-----. (1986b, Spring). “Three Norms for Our Time.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice.

-----. (1987a, Spring). “Creation and Liberation as a Continuing Story.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice.

-----. (1987b). “Sustainable Security: Peace Education and Ecological/Economic Responsibility.” In D. T. Hessel (Ed.), Moving Towards Shalom: Essays in Memory of John T. Conner. Nyack, New York: Fellowship of Reconciliation.

-----. (1988). “An Order in Crisis, and the Declaration of New Things.” In R. L. Stivers (Ed.), Economics and the Reformed Faith. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

-----. (1988/9). “Valuing Earth: Probing the Why and the How.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 8(4), pp1-2.

-----. (1989a). “Hearings Reveal Toxic Contamination of Minority Communities.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 9(3), pp. 13-15.

-----. (1989b). “Managing Waste and Doing Justice.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 9(2), p.1.

-----. (1989c). “The Universe as Our Home—But Not Ours Alone.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 9(3), p. 2.

-----. (1990a). “Beginning a ‘turnaround decade’? The Many Faces of Earth Day.” Christianity and Crisis: A Christian Journal of Opinion, 50(May14), pp. 147-149.

-----. (1990b). “Call to Restore Creation.” In Restoring Creation for Ecology and Justice. Adopted by the 202nd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Louisville: Office of the General Assembly.

-----. (1994). “Restoring Creation-Interpreting the Presbyterian Eco-Justice Statement.” Unpublished. Presented to “Down to Earth Theology” Conference, Dubuque, Iowa.

Gilbert, T. L. (1992, Oct). “Nature, Technology, and Theology.” Zygon, pp. 203-210.

Giles, F. H. Jr. (1974). “No Uniquely Christian Response.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 26(1), pp. 16-17.

Gilkey, Langdon. (1954). Maker of Heaven and Earth: A Thesis on the Relation Between Metaphysics and Christian Theology with Special Reference to the Problem of Creation as That Problem Appears in the Philosophies of F. H. Bradley and A. N. Whitehead and the Historic Leaders of Christian Thought. Ph.D., Columbia University.

-----. (1965). Maker of Heaven and Earth. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday.

-----. (1974). “The Theological Understanding of Humanity and Nature in a Technological Era.” Anticipation, 19(Nov), pp. 33-35.

-----. (1976). Reaping the Whirlwind: A Christian Interpretation of History. New York: Seabury Press.

-----. (1987). “Is Religious Faith Possible in an Age of Science?” In F. T. Birtel (Ed.), Religion, Science, and Public Policy (pp. 49-64). New York: The Crossroads Publishing Company.

-----. (1993). Nature, Reality, and the Sacred. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

-----. (1994, April). “Nature as the Image of God: Signs of the Sacred.” Theology Today, pp. 127-141.

Gill, J. H. (1978, May). “The Ethics of Environment.” The Reformed Journal, pp. 18-21.

Gillette, R. (1973). “Puerto Rico: Pollution and Development.” Church and Society, 64(2), pp. 16-24.

Gingerich, O. (1974). “Selfish Motivation.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 26(1), p. 17.

Gish, A. (1977, Nov). “Our Little Shovels and Rakes.” Other Side, pp. 26-27.

Gittens, Anthony J. (1986). “Ecology and World Poverty: A Christian Response.” Spirituality Today, 38, pp. 19-30.

-----. (1992). “Toward an Integral Spirituality: Embodiment, Ecology, and Experience of God.” In Susan Rakorzy (Ed.) Common Journey, Different Paths. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Press, pp. 44-54.

Given, David R. (Mar 1991). “Biblical Aspects of Conservation: Rediscovering the Greenness in Christianity.” CBRF Journal, pp. 23-31.

Glacken, C. J. (1967). Traces on the Rhodian Shore: Nature and Culture in Western Thought from Ancient Tmes to the End of the Eighteenth Century. Berkeley: Univ. of Calif. Press.

-----. (1970a). “Man Against Nature: An Outmoded Concept.” In H. W. Helfrich, Jr. (Ed.), The Environmental Crisis: Man’s Struggle to Live with Himself. New Haven, Conn: Yale University Press.

-----. (1970b). “Man’s Place in Nature in Recent Western Thought.” In M. Hamilton (Ed.), This Little Planet (pp. 163-202). New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Gladwin, J. (1979). God’s People in God’s World. Downers Grove, IL: IVP.

Global Tomorrow Coalition. (1990). The Global Ecology Handbook. Boston: Beacon Pess.

Glover, S. (1990). “Farming in Faith: When an Accident Forced the Bouwan Family to Restructure Their Farm, They Decided to Change Their Method of Farming as Well.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 6(1), pp. 8-9.

Gnanadason, Aruna. (1994). “Women, Economy and Ecology.” In Hallman (Ed.) (1994) Ecotheology. Geneva: WCC Publications.

Goetz, Ronald. (1987, Dec 2). “Cosmic Groanings.” Christian Century, 104, pp. 1083-87. 

Gomes, Peter J. (1977). “Critique of W. E. Gibson’s ‘Ecojustice: A Burning Word’.” Foundations, 20(4), pp. 329-332.

Goodpaster, K. E. and K. M. Sayre. (Eds.) (1979). Ethics and Problems in the 21st Century. Notre Dame: Univ. of Notre Dame.

Goodwin, Ellie. (1992, June 22). “A Country of Ostriches.” Christianity and Crisis, pp. 224-226.

Gonzalas, P. (1987). “Technologies for Regeneration: Part One: The House That Junk Built.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.90). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Goodwin, R. D., Jr. (1976). Toward an Ecological Awareness: A Theology of Ecology and the Role of the Church. D.Min., Drew University.

Goossen, G. (1987). “A ‘Boomerang’ Environment Theology.” St. Mark’s Review, 131, pp. 32-42.

Gordis, R. (1970). “The Earth is the Lord’s—Judaism and the Spoilation of Nature.” Keeping Posted, 16(3), pp. 5-9.

-----. (1971, April 2). “Judaism and the Spoilation of Nature.” Congress Bi-Weekly.

-----. (1985). “Job and Ecology (and the Significance of Job 40:15).” Hebrew Annual Review, 9 pp. 189-202.

Gore, Albert J. (1992, April 18). “Earth in the Balance.” Christian Century, pp. 373-374.

-----. (1992). Earth in the Balance. New York: Penquin.

Gorrie, Peter. (1990, Feb-Mar). “The James Bay Power Project.” Canadian Geographic, pp. 21-31.

Gosling, D. (1986). “Towards a Credible Ecumenical Theology of Nature.” Ecumenical Review, 38(3), pp. 322-331.

Gottwald, N. K. (1985). “The Biblical Mandate for Eco-Justice Action.” In D. Hessel (Ed.), For Creation’s Sake: Preaching, Ecology, and Justice (pp. 32044). Philadelphia: Geneva Press.

Goudzwaard, B. (1987). “Creation Management: The Economics of Earth Stewardship (Part One).” Epiphany, 8(Fall), pp. 37-45.

-----. (1988). “Creation Management: The Economics of Earth Stewardship (Part Two).” Epiphany, 8(2), pp. 67-72.

Govier, G. (1989). “Take the Bible Outdoors.” Moody Monthly, 90(2), p. 17.

Gowan, Donald E. (1970). “Genesis and Ecology: Does ‘Subdue’ Mean ‘Plunder’?” Christian Century, 87(40), pp. 1188-1191.

-----. (1973). “Ecotheology: A Review Article.” Perspective, 14, pp. 107-113.

-----. (1985). “The Fall and Redemption of the Material World in Apocalyptic Literature.” Horizons in Biblical Theology: An International Dialog, 7(2), pp. 83-103.

-----, and M. Schumaker. (1973). Genesis and Ecology: An Exchange. Kingston, Ontario: Queen’s Theological College.

Graef, S. (1990). “The Foundation of Ecology in Zen Buddhism.” Religious Education, 85(1), pp. 42-50.

Graham, R. A. (1990). “The Environment and the Gospel.” Columbia, 70(6), 22.

Granberg-Michaelson, Wesley. (1981a). “At the Dawn of the New Creation: A Theology of the Environment.” Sojourners, 10(11), pp. 13-16.

-----. (1981b, Oct. 16). “More Biblical Than Watt.” The Church Herald.

-----. (1981c, Oct. 30). “Toward a Theology of the Earth.” The Church Herald, pp. 4-7.

-----. (1982a, Nov 12). “Called to be Caretakers.” The Church Herald, pp. 8-10.

-----. (1982b). “The Earth is the Lord’s.” Radix, 14(3), pp. 3-4.

-----. (1982c). “Earthkeeping: A Theology for Global Sanctification.” Sojourners, 11(9), pp. 21-24.

-----. (1982d). “The Ethics of Strip-Mining Coal in Montana.” In E. R. Squiers (Ed.), The Environmental Crisis: The Ethical Dilemma (pp. 293-308). Mancelona, MI: Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies.

-----. (1983a). “The Authorship of Life: A Biblical Look at Genetic Engineering.” Sojourners, 12(6), pp. 18-22.

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Grandy, J. W. and P. H. Ragan. (1989). “Humans and Animals: Drawing Lines with Conscience.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 9(3), pp. 7-9.

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Green, Elizabeth. (1993). “The Transmutation of Theology: Ecofeminist Alchemy and the Christian Tradition.” Unpublished Paper.

Green, J. (1985). God’s Fool: The Life and Times of Francis of Assisi. San Francisco: Harper and Row, Publishers.

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Green, S. (1990). “Creation Groans?” Impact, 47(30), pp. 6-9.

Greenoak, F. (1985). God’s Acre: The Flowers and Animals of the Parish Churchyard. New York: E. P. Dutton.

Gregorios, Paulos. (1978). The Human Presence: An Orthodox View of Nature. World Council of Churches, Geneva.

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Haas, J. W., Jr. (1978). “A Journal Symposium—The Recombinant DNA Controversy: Dangers Less Serious Than Earlier Believed.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 30(2), p. 74.

Habel, N. (1972). “Yahweh, Maker of Heaven and Earth.” Journal of Biblical Literature, 91, pp. 321-337.

Habel, N. C., & Wurst, S. (2000). The Earth story in Genesis. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic.

Habel, N. C., & Balabanski, V. (2002). The Earth story in the New Testament. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.

Habel, N. C. (2001). The Earth story in the Psalms and the Prophets. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic.

Habel, N. C., & Wurst, S. (2001). The Earth story in the Psalms and the Prophets.

Habel, N. C., & Wurst, S. (2001). The Earth story in wisdom traditions.

Habel, N. C. (2000). Readings from the perspective of Earth. Sheffield, Ohio: Sheffield Academic Press; Pilgrim Press.

Habel, N. C. (2004). Seven songs of creation : liturgies for celebrating and healing earth : an Earth Bible resource. Cleveland, Ohio: Pilgrim Press.

Habel, N. C., & Balabanski, V. (2002). Earth story in the New Testament and apocalyptic. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.

Habig, M. (Ed.). (1973). The Omnibus of Sources. Chicago: The Franciscan Herald Press.

Hadsell, Heidi. (1992, Dec). “Creation Theology and the Doing of Ethics.” Horizons of Biblical Theology. pp. 93-111.

Haenke, D. (1987). “Bioregionalism: The Natural Lines of Creation.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century, (p. 54). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1988). “NACCE Beginnings.” Firmament: The Quarterly of Christian Ecology, 1(1), p. 5.

Hahm, P. (1972, Sept). “A Korean Comment on the Christian Concern for the Future of the Global Environment.” Anticipation, pp. 24ff.

Hall, Douglas John. (1982). The Steward: A Biblical Symbol Come of Age. New York: Friendship Press.

-----. (1985). Christian Mission: The Stewardship of Life in the Kingdom of Death. New York: Friendship Press.

-----. (1986). Imagining God: Dominion as Stewardship. New York: Eerdmans/Friendship Press—for the Commission of Stewardship of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA.

Hallman, David G. (1989). Caring for Creation. Winfield, Canada: Wood Lake Books.

-----. (1992). A Place in Creation: Ecological Visions in Science, Religion and Economics. Toronto: United Church Publishing House.

-----. (Ed.) (1992). Ecotheology: Insights from South and North. New York: World Council of Churches (Also published by Orbis Press.)

Halkes, Catherine J. M. (1991). Christian Feminism and the Renewal of the Earth. London: SPCK.

Halteman, J. (1982). “Conversation and Its Short Run Effects on Distribution in Bottleneck Resource Industries.” In E. R. Squiers (Ed.), The Environmental Crisis: The Ethical Dilemma (pp. 279-292). Mancelona, MI: Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies.

Halver, J. E. (1989). “Are We Responsible for the Earth?” Decsion, 30(11), pp. 14-15.

Hamilton, Michael. (Ed.) (1970). This Little Planet. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Hammer, G. D. (1976). “Response to James Donaldson.” Foundations: A Baptist Journal of History and Theology, 19(3), 254ff.

Hammerton, H. J. (1967). “Unity of Creation in the Apocalypse.” Church Quarterly Review, 168. pp. 20-33.

Hand, J. A. (1969). Teleological Aspects of Creation: A Comparison of the Concepts of Being and Meaning in the Theologies of Jonathan Edwards and Paul Tillich. Ph.D., Vanderbilt University.

Hanson, J. (1986). “The Long-Term Energy Crisis: ‘A Little Breathing Room’ but Wise Choices Demanded.” Engage/Social Action, 14(4), pp. 4-10.

Hanson, P. D. (1986). The People Called: The Growth of Community in the Bible. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

Harakas, S. S. (1988). “The Integrity of Creation and Ethics.” Saint Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly, 32(1), pp. 27-42.

Harblin, T. D. (1977). “Mine or Garden? Values and the Environment—Probable Sources of Change in the Next Hundred Years.” Zygon, 12(2), pp. 134-150.

Harcourt, Wendy. (Ed.) (1994). Feminist Perspectives on Sustainable Development. London: Zed Books.

Harder, A. (1971). “Ecology, Magic and the Death of Man.” Christian Scholar’s Review, 1(2), pp. 117-131.

Hardin, Garrett. (1968). “The Tragedy of the Commons.” Science, 162, pp. 1243-1248.

-----. (1980). “Ecology and the Death of Providence.” Zygon, 15(1), pp. 57-69.

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Hareuveni, N. (1980). Nature in Our Biological Heritage. Kiryat Ono, Israel: Neot Kedumim Ltd.

-----. (1984). Tree and Shrub in Our Biblical Heritage. Kiryat Ono, Israel: Neot Kedumim Ltd.

Hargrove, Eugene C. (1979). “The Historical Foundations of American Environmental Attitudes.” History, 1(3), pp. 209-240.

-----. (Ed.) (1986). Religion and Environmental Crisis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.

-----. (1989). Foundations of Environmental Ethics. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.

Harrison, Beverly W., and Robert L. Stivers, and Ronald H. Stone, (Eds.) (1986). The Public Vocation of Christian Ethics. New York: The Pilgrim Press.

Harrison, Paul. (1992). The Third Revolution: Environment, Population, and a Sustainable World. London: I.B. Tauris & Co.

Hart, A. (1989). “ ‘Where the River Flows’: Ecology and the Orthodox Liturgy.” Epiphany, 9 pp. 31-39.

Hart, John. (1984). The Spirit of the Earth: A Theology of the Land. New York: Paulist Press.

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Hartman, Olov. (1972, Feb). “Christ and the Garden.” Lutheran Forum, pp. 26-28.

Harvey, David. (1989). The Condition of Postmodernity. Oxford: Basil Blackworth.

Hatfield, M. (1977). Between a Rock and a Hard Place. Waco, TX: Word Incorporated, Pocket Book Edition.

Haught, John. F. (1989). “Religion and Cosmic Homelessness: Some Environmental Implications.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 9(3), pp. 4-7.

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-----. (1993). The Promise of Nature: Ecology and Cosmic Purpose. New York/Mahwah, N.J.: Paulist Press.

Hawksley, R. L. (1987). “Redefining the Family in ‘Family Farm’: Ecological Justice and the Biblical Call to Community.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 44-45). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Hay, D. A. (1990). “Christians in the Global Hothouse: Tyndale Fellowship Annual Lecture in Ethics.” Tyndale Bulletin, 41(May), pp. 109-127.

Hayeland, J. (1971). “Of Beer Cans and Bleach Bottles.” Religion Teacher’s Journal, 5 pp. 17-20.

Hayes, Zachry. (1980). What Are They Saying About Creation? New York: Paulist Press.

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Hearn, W. (1974). “Stewardship Begins With Us.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 26(1), 17-18.

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Hecky, Robert. (1978, Oct). “Methylmercury Contamination in Northern Canada.” Northern Perspective.

Hedstrom, Ingemar, (1990). “Latin American and the Need for a Life-Liberating Theology.” In Birch, et al., (Eds.) Liberating Life: Contemporary Approaches to Ecological Theology. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Press.

Heddendorf, R. (1974). “Individual Rights vs. Common Good.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 26(1), 18.

Hefley, J. (1970). “Christians and the Pollution Crisis.” Moody Monthly, 71(), pp. 18-21.

Hefner, Philip J. (Ed.) (1964). The Scope of Grace: Essays on Nature and Grace in Honor of Joseph Sittler. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

-----. (1969). “Towards a New Doctrine of Man: The Relationship of Man and Nature.” In B. E. Meland (Ed.), The Future of Empirical Theology (pp. 235-266). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

-----. (1974). “The Politics and Ontology of Nature and Grace.” Journal of Religion, 54(April), pp. 138-153.

-----. (1993). The Human Factor: Evolution, Culture, and Religion. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

Heideman, E. (1986). “Beyond Dung: A Theology of Manure.” Third Way, 9(2), pp. 24-26.

Heinegg, Peter. (1976). “Ecology and the Fall.” The Christian Century, 93(17), 464-466.

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Helfand, J. I. (1971). “Ecology and the Jewish Tradition: A Postscript.” Judaism: A Quarterly Journal of Jewish Life and Thought, 20, 330-335.

Helgeland, J. (1980). “Land and Eschatology.” Dialog, 19, 186-192.

Helms, J. D. (1984). “Walter Lowdermilk’s Journal: From Forester to Land Conservationist.” Environmental Review, 8(Summer): 133-145.

Helmuth, K. (1987). “Sustainable Agriculture and the Church: A Panel Presentation: Part One.” In F. W. Krueger(Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 47-48). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Hendricks, W. L. (1971). “Stewardship in the New Testament.” Southwestern Journal of Theology, 13(2), 25-33.

Hendry, George. S. (1971). “The Eclipse of Creation.” Theology Today, 28(4), 406-425.

-----. (1973). “Consider the Lilies.” Princeton Seminary Bulletin, 66(Oct), 25-32.

-----. (1980). Theology of Nature. Philadelphia: Westminster Press.

Henrey, K. H. (1954-55). “Land Tenure in the Old Testament.” Palestine Exploration Quarterly, 55, pp. 5-15.

Henriot, P. (1980). “Why the Eighties Scare Me.” Other Side, 16, 26-32.

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Hens-Piazza, G. (1983). “A Theology of Ecology: God’s Image and the Natural World.” Biblical Theology Bulletin, 13 107-110.

Hermisson, H. (1978). “Observations on the Creation Theology in Wisdom.” In J. G. Gammie, W. A. Brueggemann, W. L. Humphreys, and J. M. Ward (Eds.), Israelite Wisdom: Theological and Literary Essays in Honor of Samuel Terrien (pp. 43-57). New York: Union Theological Seminary.

Herrmann, R. L. (1976). “Human Engineering and the Church.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 28(2), 59-62.

-----. (1978). “A Journal Symposium—The Recombinant DNA Controversy: Could Anything but Good Come Out?” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 30(2), 73-74.

-----, and J. M. Templeton. “The Vast Unseen and the Genetic Revolution.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 37(3), 132-141.

Herron, R. B. (1986). “The Land, the Law, and the Poor.” Word and World, 6(1), pp. 76-84.

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Hertz, K. H. (1970). “Ecological Planning for Metropolitan Regions.” Zygon, 5(4), pp. 290-303.

Hessel, Dieter T. (Ed.) (1977). Beyond Survival: Bread and Justice in Christian Perspective. New York: Friendship Press.

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-----. (Ed.) (1985b). For Creation’s Sake: Preaching Ecology and Justice. Philadelphia: Geneva Press.

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-----. (Ed.) (1992). After Nature’s Revolt: Eco-Justice and Theology. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

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Hiebert, Theodore. (1989). “Ecology and the Bible.” Harvard Divinity Bulletin 19(3), pp. 2-4.

-----. (1990). “Ecology and the Bible.” Daughters of Sarah, 16(3), 12-13.

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Hiers, Richard H. (1984). “Ecology, Biblical Theology, and Methdology: Biblical Perspectives on the Environment.” Zygon, 19, pp. 43-59.

Higgins, J. (1980). “Our Plundered Planet: Is the Bible to Blame?” Liguorian, 68, pp. 20-23.

Higgins, R. (1978). The Seventh Enemy: The Human Factor in the Global Crisis. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.

Hinsdale, Mary Ann. (1990). “Ecology, Feminism and Theology.” Word and World, 11:2, pp. 156-164.

Hodel, D. P. (1987). “Leading Steward of Our Resources.” Eternity, 38(7/8), 15.

Hodgson, P. E. (1987). “The Christian Dimensions of Energy Problems.” Month, 20, pp. 73-76.

Hoehler, Harry H. and Judith Hoehler. (1993, Spring/Summer). “The Bible, Stewardship and the Care of the Earth.” Unitarian Universalist Christian, pp. 59-67.

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Hoffman, Pat. (1987). Ministry of the Dispossessed: Learning from the Farm Worker Movement. Wallance Press.

Hogan, R. (1987). “Technologies for Regeneration: Part Two: The Christian Eco-Village.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.91). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Holland, Joe, and Peter Henriot. (1983). Social Analysis: Linking Faith with Justice. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Press.

Holmgren, V. (1972). Birdwalk Through the Bible. New York: The Seabury Press.

Homer-Dixon, Thomas Fraser. (1994). “On the Threshold: Environmental Changes as Causes of Acute Conflict.” In Kaplan (1994), “The Coming Anarchy,” The Atlantic Monthly (Feb 4).

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Horne, B. (2983). A World to Gain: Incarnation and the Hope of Renewal. London: Darton, Longman and Todd.

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Hough, Joseph. C., Jr. (1980). “Land and People: The Eco-Justice Connection.” Christian Century, 97(30), pp. 910-914.

-----. (1981). “The Care of the Earth: The Moral Basis for Land Conservation.” Quarterly Review: A Scholarly Journal for Reflection on Ministry, 1, pp. 3-22.

Houston, J. M. (1972). “The Environmental Movement: Five Causes of Confusion.” Christianity Today, 16(24), pp. 1130-1132.

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Houston, T. (1986, July-Sept). “Water and Community.” Together: A Journal of World Vision International, p. 1.

Hovey, G. (1990). “Questions After Earth Day [editorial].” Christianity and Crisis, 50(7), pp. 139-140.

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Htun, N. (1987). “The State of the Environment Today: The Needs for Tomorrow.” In S. Davies (Ed.), Tree of Life: Buddhism and Protection of Nature with a Declaration on Environmental Ethics from His Holiness the Dalai Lama and an Introduction by Sir Peter Scott (pp. 19-30). Buddhist Perception of Nature.

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Hughart, T. A. (1982). A Design for Teaching a Christian Ethic with an Ecological World-View. S.T.D., San Francisco Theological Seminary.

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Hull, Fritz. (Ed.) (1993). Earth and Spirit: The Spiritual Dimension of the Environmental Crisis. New York: Continuum.

Hulteen, B. (1990a). “The Cry of Creation [editorial].” Sojourners, 19(2), p.4.

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Hultgren, A. J. (Ed.) (1984). “Cosmos and Creation, Thematic Issue.” Word and World: Theology for Christian Ministry, 4(Fall).

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