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Bibliography in Ecological Ethics and Eco-Theology: I-L

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.

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Ice, J. L. (1975). “Ecological Crisis: Radical Monotheism vs. Ethical Pantheism.” Religion in Life, 44, pp. 203-211.

Imsland, D. (1971). Celebrate the Earth. Minneapolis: Augsburg Pub. House.

Inglis, T. (1987). “An Ecological Theology.” Doctrine and Life, 37, pp. 74-79.

Ingram, K. J. (1990). “Break Forth Together into Singing: A Christian Feminist Broods Over Her Planet.” Daughters of Sarah, 16(3), 28-30.

Innes, K. (1987a). “Bibliography: Christian Attitudes to the Environment and Human Responsibility For It.” The Modern Churchman, 29(4), pp. 32-36.

Institute for Ecumenical Research (1984). “ ‘Theology of Creation—Contributions and Deficits of Our Confessional Traditions’.” The Ecumenical Review, 35(April).

-----. (1985). “Tensions in Contemporary Theology of Creation: An Ecumenical Challenge.” The Ecumenical Review, 37, pp. 360-370.

Inter Press Service Third World News Agency. (1993). Story Earth: Native Voices on the Environment. Toronto: Mercury House.

International Consultation on Simple Lifestyle (1980). An Evangelical Commitment to Simple Lifestyle. Lausanne Committee on World Evangelization’s Lausanne Theology and Education Group and the World Evangelical Fellowship’s Theological Commission’s Unit on Ethics and Society. Copies available by writing to Unit on Ethics and Society, World Evangelical Fellowship, 300 W. Apsley St., Philadelphia, PA 10144.

Irish, E. R. (1980a). “Benefits of Nuclear Power Outweigh its Risks.” Journal of American Scientific Affiliation, 32(2), pp. 92-96.

-----. (1980b). “Perspectives on Energy Technology Choices.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 32(2), pp. 112-114.

Irwin, Kevin W., and Edmund D. Pelligrino, (Eds.) (1994). Preserving the Creation: Environmental Theology and Ethics. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.

Isenhart, C. (1987). “Thompson Farm: Productive, Profitable, Regenerative.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 3(5), 17-18.

-----. (1988, Sept 11). “Christians and Ecologists Meet on Environment.” National Catholic Register, pp. 1ff.

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Jackson, B., and R. Dubos. (1972). Only One Earth. London: Penguin Books.

Jackson, Wes. (1987a). “Altars of Unhewn Stone.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century 9pp. 38-41). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1987b). Altars of Unhewn Stone: Science and the Earth. San Francisco: North Point Press.

-----, W. Berry, and B. Coleman (1984). Meeting the Expectations of the Land: Essays in Sustainable Agriculture and Stewardship. San Francisco: North Point Press.

Jacobson, B. (1985). “The Mystery of Creation.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 1(1), pp. 17-18.

Jaki, S. L. (1978). The Road of Science and the Ways to God. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Janecko, Benedict. (1990). “Ecology, Nature and the Psalms.” In Jack C. Knight and Lawrence A. Sinclair (Eds.) Psalms and Other Studies. Natosha, Wis.: Natosha House Seminary, pp. 96-108.

Jantzen, Grace. (1984). God’s Body, God’s World. Philadelphia: Westminster Press.

Jaoudi, M. (1987). “Prayer and the Sacredness of the Earth.” In F. W. Kruege (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.24). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Jappe, F. (1978). “A Journal Symposium—The Recombinant DNA Controversy: A Christian Perspective Favoring Recombinant DNA Research.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 30(2), 78.

Jegen, Mary E. (1987a). “The Church’s Role in Healing the Earth.” In W. Granberg-Michaelson (Ed.), Tending the Garden: Essays on the Gospel and the Earth (pp.93-113). Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing Company.

-----. (1987b). “The Local Church’s Role in Earth Healing.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.96). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1989). “Calling Us to Our Senses: The Church’s Role in Healing the Earth.” Reformed Journal, 39(10), pp. 13-23.

-----. (1990). “An Encounter with God: Keeping the Sabbath for the Sake of Creation.” Sojourners, 19(Feb/March), pp. 15-17.

-----, and B. V. Manno. (Eds.) (1978). The Earth is the Lord’s: Essays on Stewardship. New York: Paulist Press.

Jensen, Franklin L., and C. W. Tilberg. (1972). The Human Crisis in Ecology. New York: Board of Social Ministry, Lutheran Church of America.

Jobling, D. (1977). “And Have Dominion: The Interpretation of Genesis 1:28 in Philo Juadaeus.” Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic and Roman Period, 8(Jan), pp. 50-82.

John Paul II, Pope. (1990). “Peace with God the Creator: Peace with All of Creation.” Earth Ethics, 1(3), p.11

Johnson, Elizabeth A. (1993). She Who Is: The Mystery of God in Feminist Theological Discourse. New York: Crossroad.

Johnson, R. A. (1978). “Brethren and the Stewardship of Energy.” Brethren Life and Thought, 23, pp. 199-209.

Johnston, R. K. (1987). “Wisdom Literature and Its Contributions to a Biblical Environmental Ethic.” In W. Granberg-Michaelson (Ed.), Tending the Garden: Essays on the Gospel and the Earth (pp. 66-82). Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing Company.

Jones, Donald. L. (1971). “Corporateness and the Ecological Conscience.” Religion in Life, 40, pp. 203-209.

Jones, G. D. (1978). “A Journal Symposium—The Recombinant DNA Controversy: Dangerous Territory, Not Forbidden Knowledge.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 30(2), 79-80.

Joranson, Philip N. (1977). “Faith-Man-Nature Group and a Religious Environmental Ethic.” Zygon, 12(2), pp. 175-179.

-----, and Alan C. Anderson. (Eds.) (1973). Religious Reconstruction for the Environmental Future. South Coventry, Conn: Faith-Man-Nature Group.

-----, and Ken Butigan. (Eds.) (1985). Cry of the Environment: Rebuilding the Christian Creation Tradition. Santa Fe: Bear and Company.

Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation (editorial) (1973). “Man Has a Positive Responsibility to Manage Nature.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 25, pp. 3-4.

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

-----. (1974). Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 26(1), pp. 1-21.

-----. (1978). Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 30(2), pp. 73-81.

Julian of Norwich. (1977). Revelations of Divine Love. Garden City, NY: Image.

Jung, Shannon. (1990). “The Recovery of the Land: Agribusiness and Creation-Centered Spirituality.” In Sherrill Religion in the Life of the Nation: American Recoveries. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

-----. (1993). We Are Home: A Spirituality of the Environment. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press.

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Kabilsingh, C. (1987). “How Buddhism Can Help Protect Nature.” 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. 7-16). Buddhist Perception of Nature.

Kahl, B. (1987). “Human Culture and the Integrity of Creation: Biblical Reflections on Genesis 1-11.” Ecumenical Review, 39, pp. 128-137.

Kaiser, Christopher B. (1979). “Faith and Science and the WCC.” Reformed World, vol. 35, no. 8. pp. 330-336.

Kane, Joe. (1993, Sept 27). “With Spears From All Sides.” New Yorker, pp. 54-79.

Kanten, A. (1986). “The Erosion of Soil and Culture.” Word and World, 6(1), pp. 35-39.

Kantonen, T. A. (1956). A Theology for Christian Stewardship. Philadelphia: Muhlenberg Press.

Kantzer, K. S. (Ed.) (1987). Applying the Scriptures: Papers from ICBI Summit III. Grand Rapids, MI: Academie Books, Zondervan Publishing House.

-----. (1989). “The Imperatives of Wealth: The Christian Ideal.” Christianity Today, 33(8), 39-40.

Kaplan, Robert D. (1994, Feb 4). “The Coming Anarchy.” The Atlantic Monthly.

Karakashian, Steven, and Joan Collett. (Eds.) (1994). Learning to Think About Conservation: A Multidisciplinary Guide for College Teachers. Washington, D. C.: Island Press.

Kardong, T. (1983). “Monks and the Land.” Cistercian Studies, 18(2), pp. 135-148.

Karff, S. E. (1974). “Man’s Power and Limits in a Technological Age.” Judaism, 23, pp. 161-173.

Kaufman, G. (1972). “A Problem for Theology: The Concept of Nature.” Harvard Theological Review, 65, pp. 337-366.

-----. (1993). “An Ecological Ethic.” In In Face of Mystery: A Constructive Theology. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.

Kay, Jeanne. (1988). “Concepts on Nature in the Hebrew Bible.” Environmental Ethics, 10(4), pp. 309-327.

-----. (1989). “Human Dominion Over Nature in the Hebrew Bible.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 79(2), pp. 214-232.

Keenan, B. (1973). “Energy Crisis and Its Meaning for American Culture.” Christian Century, 90(27), pp. 756-759.

Keener, C. (1982). “Toward a Holistic View of Nature: A Process Perspective.” In E. R. Squiers (Ed.), The Environmental Crisis: The Ethical Dilemma (pp. 9-20). Mancelona, MI: Au Sable Institute of Environmental Ethics.

Keller, Catherine. (1990). “Women Against Wasting the World: Notes on Eschatology and Ecology.” In Diamond and Orenstein (Eds.) Reweaving the World: the Emergence of Ecofeminism. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books.

Keller, J. A. (1971). “Types of Motives for Ecological Concern.” Zygon, 6, pp. 197-209.

Kellert, S. R., and J. K. Berry. (1980). Phase III: Knowledge, Affection and Basic Attitudes Toward Animals in American Society. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service study.

Kelly, T. (1990). “Wholeness: Ecological and Catholic.” Pacifica, 3(2), pp. 201-223.

Kennedy, E. J. (1970). “Take Care of the Earth.” Eternity, 21(5), 15-16.

-----. (1973). “The Christian and Ecology.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 25(1), 1-4.

Kennedy, Paul. (1993). Preparing for the Twenty-First Century. New York: Random House.

Kenyon, J. (1989, Jan/March). “How Shall We Care for the Earth?” Together: A Publication of World Vision, pp. 1-2.

Kerr, H. T. (1972). “Ecosystems and Systematics.” Theology Today, 29(1), pp. 104-119.

Khalid, Fazlun, and Joanne O’Brien (Eds.) (1992). Islam and Ecology. London and New York: Cassell Publishers Limited/World Wide Fund for Nature.

Khalil, I. J. (1978). “Ecological Crisis: An Eastern Christian Perspective.” Saint Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly, 4, pp. 193-211.

-----. (1987). “An Eastern Christian View of Ecology.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p. 27). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Khazanov, Anatoly. (1983). Nomads and the Outside World.Trans. Julia Crookenden. Cambridge: Cambridge University.

Kheel, Marti. (1991). “Ecofeminism and Deep Ecology: Reflections on Identity and Difference.” In Robb and Casebolt, Covenant for a New Creation: Ethics, Religion, and Public Policy. Maryknoll, NY, and Berkeley, CA: Orbis Books; GTU.

Kim, Y. B. (1979). “The Sustainable Society: An Asian Perspective.” Ecumenical Review, 31(April), pp. 169-178.

Kimbrell, A. (1987). “The Churches and Genetic Engineering.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.93). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Kime, R. (1983). “Earth and Stewardship: A Conversation with John Todd.” Epiphany, 3(4), pp. 38-46.

-----, M. Shaw and A. Garrett. (1983). “A Garden in Eden: Considerations for a Rural Community.” Epiphany, 3(4), pp. 47-57.

King, J. (1987). “Neighbor Networking: A United Church Response to the Rural Crisis in Canada.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 3(4), 10-13.

King, P. (1977). “Global Stewardship.” In B. Kaye (Ed.), The Changing World. Glasgow: Collins.

King, R. H. (1974). “Ecological Motif in the Theology of H. Richard Niebuhr.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 42, pp. 339-343.

King, R. J. and R. Piltz. (1988, March). “How Much Longer Can Nature Sustain Us?” Christian Social Action, pp. 18-21.

King, Sallie and Steven Kraft. (1991, Spring). “Process Metaphysics and Minimalism: Implications for Public Policy.” Environmental Ethics, pp. 23-47.

King, Ursula. (1987). Women in the World’s Religions. New York: Paragon House.

Kingston, A. R. (1968). “Christian Duty and Animal Welfare.” Theology, 71, pp. 250-256.

Kinsley, David. (?). Ecology and Religion: Ecological Spirituality in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Prentice Hall.

Kirby, W. (1835). On the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God as Manifested in the Creation of Animals and in Their History, Habits and Instincts. London: W. Pickering.

Kirkland, L. A. (1987). “Church Activism to Stop Toxic Pollution.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 105-106). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Kirkwood, Karen. (1992, Jan-Feb). “Flush Toilets and Justice: The Environmental Masquerade.” Other Side, pp. 28-29.

Kirshenmann, Frederick. (1991). “The Ecology-economy-ethic Connection in Land Use.” In Robb and Casebolt (Eds.), Covenant for a New Creation: Ethics, Religion, and Public Policy (pp. 78-90). Maryknoll, NY, and Berkeley, CA: Orbis Books; GTU.

-----. (1993, Summer). “Rediscovering American Agriculture.” Word and World, pp. 294-303.

Kispert, Robert C. N. (?). “Alienation and Nature: A Practical-Theological Analysis of the Resource Conservation and Wilderness Preservation Pieties in American Civil Religion.” Dissertation. University of Chicago.

Klay, R. K. (1986). Counting the Cost: The Economics of Christian Stewardship. Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co.

Klewin, T. (1975). “The Christian and Ecology: Consumption Ethic Must be Replaced.” Our Sunday Visitor Magazine, pp. 1f.

Kline, D. (1987). “The Lessons of Amish Agriculture.” 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.

Klink, W. H. (1974). “Environmental Concerns and the Need for a New Image of Man.” Zygon, 9(Dec), pp. 300-310.

Klostermaier, K. K. (1973). “World Religions and the Ecological Crisis.” Religion, 3, pp. 132-145.

Klotz, J. W. (1971a). “Creationism and Our Ecological Crisis.” Creation Research Society Quarterly, 8, 15, 49.

-----. (1971b). Ecology Crisis: God’s Creation and Man’s Pollution. St. Louis, Mo: Concordia Publishing House.

-----. (1972). “A Reply by Dr. Klotz.” Creation Research Society Quarterly, 8(4), pp. 284-287.

-----. (1984). “Creationist Environmental Ethic.” Creation Research Society Quarterly, 21, pp. 6-8.

-----. (1987). “A Response to Stewardship of the Environment.” In K. S. Kantzer (Ed.), Applying the Scriptures: Papers From ICBI Summit III (pp. 489-496). Grand Rapids, MI: Academie Books, Zondervan Publishing House.

Knight, P. (1967). The Politics of Conservation: Christians and the Good Earth. Alexandria, Va: The Faith-Man-Nature Group.

Knoch, M. (1990). “ ‘Dadiva e Conquista’.” International Review of Mission, 79(314), pp. 167-177.

Knudsen, R. D. (1962). “Ethics and Birth Control.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 14(1), pp. 7-11.

Koch, K. (1979). “The Old Testament View of Nature.” Anticipation (World Council of Churches), p. 50.

Kolk, A. (1989). “Chewing the Convention Cud.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 5(1), 22-23.

Kolkman, J. (1986). “Pesticides and Poverty: A Deadly Combination.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 2(3), pp. 8-10.

-----. (1987). Biotechnology: Brave New World for Agriculture.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 3(1), pp. 11-15.

Konvitz, M. R. (1972). Judaism and Human Rights. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.

Kottukapally, J. (1974). “Nature and Grace: A New Dimension.” Thought, 49(June), pp. 117-133.

Kraps, J. M. (1986). “A Call to Agricultural Conversion.” Sojourners, 15(9), p.12.

Krause, G. (1982). “Does Matter Matter.” Crux: A Quarterly Journal of Christian Thought and Opinion, 18(June), pp. 2-5.

Kroeker, W. (1889). “Harnessing the Ox in Tanzania.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 5(2), pp. 9-11.

Kroll, L. C. (1982). “Technology: Modern Ebal and Gerizem? A Chemist’s Perspective.” In E. R. Squiers (Ed.), The Environmental Crisis: The Ethical Dilemma (pp. 177-186). Mancelona, MI: Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies.

Krueger, Frederick. (1985a). “The Eleventh Commandment and the Environmental Crisis.” Epiphany, 6(1), pp. 16-24.

-----. (1985b). “To Heal the Earth.” Epiphany, 6(1), pp. 66-73.

-----. (1987a). “The History of the NACCE.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.). “The History of the NACCE.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building and Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp.2-4). North Webster, Indiana: North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1987b). “Wilderness Retreats: Part Three: Experiencing the Numinous in Nature.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p. 57). North Webster, Indiana: North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (Ed.) (1988). Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century. San Francisco: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Krueger, R. R. (1971). “Towards an Environmental Ethic.” Crux, 8(2), pp. 27-32.

Kuhn, H. B. (1970). “Environmental Stewardship.” Christianity Today, 14(16), pp. 758-759.

Kuhns, W. (1969). Environmental Man. New York: Harper and Row, Publishers.

Kung, Hans. (1993). Global Responsibility: In Search of a New World Ethic. New York: Continuum.

Krutch, Joseph Wood. (1954). The Voice of the Desert: A Naturalist’s Interpretation. New York: William Sloan Associates.

Kwok, Pui-lan. (1991, July). “Ecology and the Recycling of Christianity.” Ecumenical Review, 44:3.

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LaBar, Martin. (1974). “Message to Polluters from the Bible.” Christianity Today, 18(21), pp. 1186-1190.

Lamm, N. (1964-65). “Man’s Position in the Universe: A Comparative Study of the Views of Saadia Gaon and Maimonides.” The Jewish Quarterly Review, 55(3), pp. 208-234.

-----. (1971). Faith and Doubt: Studies in Traditional Jewish Thought. New York: Ktav Publishing House, Inc.

-----. (1972). “The Earth is the Lord’s.” In M. R. Konvitz (Ed.), Judaism and Human Rights. New York: W. W. Norton.

Lampe, G. W. H. (1964). “The New Testament Doctrine of Ktisis.” Scottish Journal of Theology, 17(4), pp. 449-462.

Land, Richard and Louis Moore (Eds.) (1992). The Earth is the Lord’s: Christians and the Environment. Nashville: Broadman Press.

Landes, G. M. (1978). “Creation and Liberation.” Union Seminary Quarterly Review, 33(2), pp. 79-89.

Landon, C. H. (1990). Sacred Cosmos: The Implications of Ancient Pagan Traditions for Modern Theology of Nature. D.Min., Meadville/Lombard Theological School.

Lane, Belden C. (1991). “The Tree as Giver of Life: A Metaphor in Pastoral Care.” Journal of Pastoral Care, 45, no. 1, pp. 15-22.

Lasch, Christopher. (1991). The True and Only Heaven: Progress and Its Critics. New York: W. W. Norton & Co.

Laurentis, de, Teresa. (1986). Feminist Studies/ Critical Studies. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Lawton, K. A. (1990). “Is There Room for Prolife Environmentalists?” Christianity Today, 34(13), pp. 46-47.

Lazlo, Ervin. (Dec, 1991). “Human Survival: The Responsibility of Science and Religion.” Zygon, pp. 547-554.

Learner, M. (Ed.) (1990). “Special Feature: Earth Day 1990.” Tikkum: A Bimonthly Jewish Critique of Politics, Culture and Society, 5(Mar/April), pp. 48-81.

Le-Cahu, L. (1989, Jan-Mar). “Louga: ‘I Will Plant in the Desert’.” Together: A Publication of World Vision, p. 10.

Lechte, R. E. (1990). “Partnerships for Ecological Well-Being.” The Ecumenical Review, 42(April), pp. 157-161.

Leckie, Joe L. (1992). God’s Green Gifts: Renewable Energy Sources. Carberry, Great Britain: Handsel Press.

Lee, C.  (1990). “The Integrity of Justice: Evidence of Environmental Racism.” Sojourners, 19(Feb/Mar), pp. 20-25.

Leewen, R. C. V. (1991). “Resurrection and the Vindication of Creation.” In C. B. DeWitt (Ed.), The Environment and the Christian: What Does the New Testament Say About the Environment? Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House.

Leidke, G. (1980). “Solidarity in Conflict.” In R. L. Shinn (Ed.), Faith and Science in an Unjust Report of the World Council of Churches’ Conference on Faith, Science, and the Future, Vol. I: Plenary Presentations. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

Leiss, William. (1972). The Domination of  Nature. New York: George Brazileer.

Leliaert, R. (1970). “All Things Are Yours.” Homiletic and Pastoral Review, 70, pp. 573-578.

Leonard, H. Jeffrey, et al. (1989). Environment and the Poor: Development Strategies for a Common Agenda. New Brunswick: Transaction Books.

Leopold, Aldo. (1974). A Sand County Almanac. New York: Sierra Club/Ballantine.

Lepkowski, H. and W. Lepkowski. (1987). “Opportunities and Obstacles in Relating Christian Salvation Belief to Ecological Renewal.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p. 103). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Le Roux, P. J. (Ed.) (1987). Environment Conservation: Why and How? Pretoria, South Africa: University of South Africa.

Lester, James P. (Ed.) (1989). Environmental Politics and Policy: Theories and Evidence. Durham, N.C.: Duke Univ. Press.

Levenson, Jon D. (1985). Sinai and Zion: An Entry Into the Jewish Bible. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

Lewthwaite, G. R. (1974). “Moral Restraint Rather than Coercion.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 26(1), 18.

Lieder, D. L. (1984). Marginality: A Theological Indictment: Referring to the Problem of the Human Relationship to the Natural World. D.Min., School of Theology at Claremont.

Lilburne, Geoffrey R. (1989). A Sense of Place: A Christian theology of the Land. Nahville: Abingdon Press.

Lill, C. (1989). “This Land is Home to Me.” The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 9(1), 11, 16.

Limburg, James. (1971). “What Does It Mean to ‘Have Dominion Over the Earth’?” Dialog, 10(Summer), pp. 221-223.

-----. (1981). A Good Land. Minneapolis: Augsburg.

Limouris, Gennadios. (1989). “Integrity of Creation and Earth.” Mid-Stream, 28(3), pp. 249-262.

-----. (1990). Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation: Insights from Orthodoxy. Geneva: World Council of Churches.

Lindqvist, Matti. (1975). Economic Growth and the Quality of Life: An Analysis of the Debate within the World Council of Churches 1966-1974. Helsinki: Finnish Society for Missiology and Ecumenics.

Lindsell, Harold. (1976 May 7). “Lord’s Day and Natural Resources.” Christianity Today, 20(16), pp. 8-12.

Link, C. (1984). “Ecological Crisis and Christian Ethics.” Theology Digest, 31(2), pp. 149-153.

Linn, D. W. (1973). “Christian—It’s Your Environment Too.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 25(1), pp. 13-16.

Linn, G. (1990). “From Section III in San Antonio 1989 to Section I in Canberra 1991.” International Review of Mission, 79(314), pp. 195-205.

Linzey, Andrew. (1976). Animal Rights: A Christian Assessment of Man’s Treatment of Animals. London: SCM Press.

-----. (1986). “The Place of Animals in Creation: A Christian View.” In Tom Regan (Ed.) Animal Sacrifice: Religious Perspectives on the Use of Animals in Science. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

-----. (1987). Christianity and the Rights of Animals. New York: Crossroads Publishing Co.

-----. (1989). Love the Animals: Meditations and Prayers. New York: Crossroad.

-----. (1990). “Why Christians Should Care.” Christianity Today, 34(9), 22.

-----. (Ed.) (1992). Cruelty and Christian Conscience: Bishops Say No to Fur. Nottingham, Great Britian: Lynx Educational Trust.

-----. (1993). “Liberation Theology and the Oppression of Animals.” Scottish Journal of Theology, vol. 46, no. 4, pp. 507-525.

-----. (1994). Animal Theology. London: SCM Press.

-----, and Tom Regan (Eds.) (1988). Animals and Christianity: A Book of Readings. New York: Crossroad.

-----. (Eds.) (1989). Love the Animals: Meditations and Prayers. New York: Crossroad.

Little, J. A. (1984). Esse/Essence and Grace: A Theological Inquiry into Thomist Methodology (Creation, Covenant, Christology). Ph.D., Marquette University.

Livingston, James C. (1981). “The Ecological Challenge to Christian Ethics.” Christian Century, 88(48), pp. 140-141.

Loader, J. A. (1987). “Image and Order: Old Testament Perspectives on the Ecological Crisis.” In W. S. Vorster (Ed.), Are We Killing God’s Earth? (pp. 6-28). Pretoria, South Africa: University of South Africa.

Lochman, Jan M. (1980 Summer). “Trends in the Ecumenical Dialogue on Faith and Science.” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, pp. 432-444.

Locke, John W. (1991 Jan). “Ministry in an Endangered World.” Lexington Theological Quarterly, pp. 25-29.

Lofgren, R. (1987). “Sharing the Stewardship of our Spaceship Earth.” In L. Kenworthy (Ed.), Friends Face the World: Continuing and Current Quaker Concerns (pp. 136-146). Kennett Square, PA: Quaker Publications.

Loftus, M. F. (1989) “The Earth is the Lord’s: Reflection on a Sub-Themne of the 1989 WCC Conference on Mission and Evangelism.” SEDOS Bulletin, 6 pp. 208-212.

Logan, W. M. (1957). In the Beginning God: The Meaning of Genesis 1-11. Madison, Wis: Adult Christian Education Foundation.

Lohman, C. (1987). “A Theo-Ecology of Diet.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.),  Christianity Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 35-36). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

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