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Bibliography in Ecological Ethics and Eco-Theology: M-O

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

Maahs, K. H. (1972). The Theology of Human Ecological Responsibility in the Old Testament. Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Maatman, R. (1974). “First Things First.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 26(1), 18-19.

Macer, D. (1990). “Genetic Engineering in 1990.” Science and Christian Belief, 2(1), pp. 25-40.

MacNeill, Jim, et al. (1991). Beyond Interdependence: The Meshing of the World’s Economy and the Earth’s Ecology. New York: Oxford University Press.

MacGillis, M. T. (1987). “Genesis Farm: A Learning Center for Re-Inhabiting the Earth.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p. 69). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

MacKay, A. I. (1950). Farming and Gardening in the Bible. Emmaus, PA: Rodale Press.

Macquarrie, John. (1971). “Creation and Environment.” The Expository Times, 83(Oct), pp. 4-9.

-----. (1975). “The Idea of a Theology of Nature.” Union Seminary Quarterly Review, 30(2.4), pp. 69-75.

Macy, Joanna. (1983). Despair and Personal Power in the Nuclear Age. Philadelphia: New Society Publishers.

Malloch. T. R. (1982). “U. S. Energy Policy: Past, Present, and Future.” In E. R. Squiers (Ed.), The Environmental Crisis: The Ethical Dilemma (pp. 261-278). Mancelona, MI: Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies.

Malone, N. M. (Ed.). (1989). “Repurposing Education: The American College in the Ecological Age.” Religion and Intellectual Life, 6, pp. 7-69.

Maloney, G. A. (1968). The Cosmic Christ. New York: Sheed and Ward.

Manahan, R. E. (1982). A Re-Examination of the Cultural Mandate: An Analysis and Evaluation of the Dominion Materials. Th.D., Grace Theological Seminary.

-----. (1991). “Christ as Second Adam: Where the First Adam Fails, The Second Triumphs.” 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.

Mann, P. (1986). “Justice in the Ecological Age.” Studies in Formative Spirituality, 7, pp. 349-359.

Marberry, T. L. (1982). The Place of the Natural World in the Theology of the Apostle Paul. Ph.D., Baylor University.

Marietta, D. E. (1977). “Religious Models and Ecological Decision Making.” Zygon, 12(June), pp. 151-166.

Markus, J., and J. De Boer, K. De Boer, C. Schlegel, B. Vandenberg, and T. Oegema. (1991). “Caring for Creation: Is Stewardship Enough?” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 6(3), pp. 6-10.

Marshall, K. (1983). “The Shaker Community.” Epiphany, 3(3), pp. 88-93.

Marshall, Paul. (1984). “Is Technology Out of Control?” Crux, 20(3), pp. 3-9.

-----. (1993). “Does the Creation Have Rights?” Studies in Christian Ethics, vol. 2, pp. 31-49.

Martensen, D. F. (1970a). “Concerning the Ecological Matrix of Theology.” Zygon, 5(4), pp. 353-369.

-----. (1970b). “Theologizing in an Ecological Matrix.” Dialog, 9(Summer), pp. 192-199.

-----. (1971). “Editorial Commentary: ‘Religious Implications of the Ecological Crisis’.” The Lutheran Quarterly, 23(4), pp. 303-304.

Martin, Charles W. (1970 Nov). “Ecology and Theology.” Living Church, pp. 14-16.

Martin, K. A. (1980). “Biblical Mandates and the Human Condition.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 32(2), pp. 74-77.

Masse, B. (1970). “Christians and the Crisis of Environment.” America, 123, p. 82.

Massey, Marshall. (1985). Defense of the Peaceable Kingdom. Religious Society of Friends, Oakland, California, Pacific Yearly Meeting.

-----. (1987). “The Swords at Eden’s Gate: Part 1: Orientation: The Ozone Layer.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environment Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 58-59). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

Matthews, A. D. (1965). “The Prophetic Doctrine of Creation.” Church Quarterly Review, 166, pp. 141-149.

Matthews, Jessica Tuchman. (1991). Preserving the Global Environment: The Challenge of Shared Leadership. New York: W. W. Norton & Co.

Matthiessen, Peter. (1959). Wildlife in America. New York: Viking Press (rev. ed., 1987).

Mattson, L. (Ed.) (1985). God’s Good Earth: Christian Values in Outdoor Education. Duluth, Minn: Camping Guideposts.

Maxey, M. N. (1980). “Nuclear Waste: Beyond Faust and Fate.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 32(2), pp. 97-101.

Mayers, M. (1972). “Ecology in the Old Testament.” His, 32(6), pp 14-16.

Mayers, R. B. (1972). “Transcendence and Ecology.” Reformed Review, pp. 154-159.

Maynard_Reid, P. U. (1989). “The Community of Wealth: Called to Share.” Christianity Today, 33(8), pp. 37-39.

Mazur, Laurie (Ed.) (1994). Beyond the Numbers: A Reader on Population, Consumption, and the Environment. Washington, DC: Island Press

McAllister, J. (1987). “Creation-Centered Spirituality: Healing Ourselves, Healing the Earth.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p.26). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

McCarthy, T. (1988, Sept. 16). “Christian Ecologists Chart Return Trip to Eden.” National Catholic Reporter, pp. 1ff.

McClellan, Monique. (1991 Oct). “On the Way to Rio: Churches and the Earth Summit.” One World, pp. 10-12.

McClintock, H. (1971). “The Think-Tank Approach: One Way of Beginning Education in Ecology.” Religious Education, 66(1), pp. 55-61.

McCormack, A. (1972). “Subduing the Earth.” Frontier, 15, pp. 35-38.

McCormack, R. A. (1971). “Toward an Ethics of Ecology.” Theological Studies, 32(March), pp. 97-107.

McCoy, Jay D. (1985). “Towards a Theology of Nature.” Encounter, 46, pp. 213-228.

McCrary, D. (1987). “Clearing the Air.” Eternity, 38(7/8), p. 4.

McCutcheon, Sean. (1991). Electric Rivers: The Story of the James Bay Project. Montreal: Black Rose Books.

McDaniel, Jay. (1986). “Christian Spirituality as Openness to Fellow Creatures.” Environmental Ethics, 8(1), pp. 33-46.

-----. (1987). “Christianity and the Pursuit of Wealth.” Anglican Theological Review, 69, pp. 349-361.

-----. (1988). “Land Ethics, Animal Rights, and Process Theology.” Process Studies, 17, pp. 88-102.

-----. (1989). Earth, Sky, Gods and Mortals. Mystic, Conn: Twenty-Third Publications.

-----. (1990). Of God and Pelicans. Philadelphia: Westminster/John Knox Press.

-----. (1992 Spring). “Howling with the Wolves: Paul Winter’s Earth Jazz.” Black Sacred Music, pp. 170-176.

-----. (1995). With Roots and Wings. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Press

McDaniel, T. F. (1987). “The Right to Work—A Gift From the Creator.” Minister: A Journal of the American Baptist Ministers Council Speaking to the Practice of Ministry, 7(2), pp. 1-3.

McDonagh, E. (1986). Between Chaos and New Creation: Doing Theology at the Fringe. Wilmington, DE: Michael Glazier, Inc.

McDonagh, Sean. (1984). “The Good Earth: Reflections on Ecology and Theology.” Furrow, 35, pp. 430-440.

-----. (1986). To Care for the Earth: A Call to a New Theology. London: Chapman.

-----. (1988). “International Debt and Ecology.” Doctrine and Life, 38, pp. 508-517.

-----. (1990). The Greening of the Church. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Press.

-----. (1994). Passion for the Earth. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Press.

McDonald, J. H. (1984). Stewardship of Creation: Some Implications for Economic Theory and Policy. Ph.D., Louisiana State University.

McFadden, T. M. (1963). The Relationship Between Nature and Grace: A Survey of 20th Century Theological Opinion. S.T.D., The Catholic University of America.

McFague, Sallie. (1987). Models of God: Theology for an Ecological/Nuclear Age. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

-----. (1989). The Theologian as Advocate.” Thelogical Education, 25, pp. 79-97.

-----. (1993). The Body of God: An Ecological Theology. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

McFarland, J. R. (1988, Sept/Oct). Preaching Through the Agricultural Crisis.” The Christian Ministry, pp. 13-14.

McGrath, A. E. (2003). The re-enchantment of nature: science, religion and the human sense of wonder. London: Hodder & Stoughton.

McHarg, I. (1969). Design With Nature. Garden City: Natural History Press.

-----. (1970). “Values, Process, and Form.” In R. Dish (Ed.), Ecological Conscience (pp. 21-36). Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

McIntyre, J. (1981). “The Theological Dimension of the Ecological Problem.” The Scottish Journal of Religious Studies, 2(Autumn), pp. 83-96.

McKeever, J. (1990). “Father God and Mother Nature.” Endtimes News Digest, No. 141, pp. 1-6.

McKenzie, J. L. (1952). “God and Nature in the Old Testament.” Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 14, 18-39; 124-145.

McKibben, Bill. (1989). The End of Nature. New York: Random House.

-----. (1990). “The End of Nature.” Earth Ethics: Evolving Values for an Earth Community, 1(3), pp. 1-8.

-----. (1994). The Comforting Whirlwind: God, Job, and the Scale of Creation. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans Publishing Company.

McPherson, James. (1982). Ecological Theology within the Church and Society Programme of the World Council of Churches 1966-1979. M.Litt., Durham University.

-----. (1983). “Ethics, Theology, and the National Conservation Strategy.” St. Mark’s Review, 116, pp. 17-23.

-----. (1986). “Towards an Ecological Theology.” The Expository Times, 97(8), pp. 236-240.

-----. (1991, July). “Ecumenical Discussion of the Environment 1966-1987.” Modern Theology, pp. 363-371.

McQuail, T. (1987). “Banding Together: The Farming Community vs. Ontario Hydro.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 3(3), pp. 5-7.

Mead, M. (1964). “Introduction. In H. White (Ed.), Christians in a Technological Era. New York: Seabury Press.

Meadows, Donella H. et al. (1972). The Limits to Growth: A Report for the Club of Rome’s Project on the Predicament of Mankind. New York: Universe Books.

-----. (1992). “Population, Poverty, and Planet Earth.” Earth Ethics, 4:1.

-----. (1994). “Herman Daly’s World Bank ‘For the Common(s) Good.’” EarthLight Summer/Fall, 4.

Means, Richard L. (1967, Dec 2). “Why Worry About Nature?” Saturday Review.

-----. (1968, May 1). “Man and Nature: The Theological Vacuum.” Christian Century, pp. 579-581.

Meed, M. (1990). “Environment vs. Salvation.” Faith Today, 8(Mar/April), pp. 34-36.

Meeker, J. W. (1988, Spring). “Amplifications: Continuing Notes on the Land Ethic: The Assisi Connection.” Wilderness, p. 61-63.

Meeks, D. M. (1985). “God and Land.” Agriculture and Human Values, 11(4), pp. 16-27.

Megivern, J. God’s Good Earth and Ours. New York: The Christophers.

-----. (1970). “Ecology and the Bible.” Ecumenist, 8, pp. 69-71.

Meland, Bernard E. (1974). “Grace: A Dimension within Nature?” The Journal of Religion, 54, pp. 119-137.

Mellert, Robert. (1973). “Models and Metanoia.” Preceedings of the Catholic Philosophical Association, 47, pp. 142-152.

Mellor, Mary. (1992). Breaking the Boundaries: Towards a Feminist Green Socialism. London: Virago Press.

Merchant, Carolyn. (1980). The Death of Nature: Women, Ecology and the Scientific Revolution. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

-----. (1989). Ecological Revolutions: Nature, Gender, and Science in New England. Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press.

-----. (1992). Radical Ecology: The Search for a Livable World. New York: Routledge.

-----. (Ed.) (1994). Ecology: Key Concepts in Critical Theory. New Jersey: Humanities Press.

Mertens, H. (1987). “The Doctrine of Creation in Ecological Perspective.” Louvain Studies, 12, pp. 83-88.

Metz, Johann B. and Edward Schillebeeckx. (Eds.) (1991). No Heaven Without Earth. Philadelphia: Trinity Press.

Meye, R. P. (1987). “Invitation to Wonder: Toward a Theology of Nature.” In W. Granburg-Michaelson (Ed.), Tending the Garden: Essays on the Gospel and the Earth (p. 150). Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans Publishing Company.

Meyer, Art (1987). “War, Conflict and Environmental Degredation: Part One: Overview.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 72-74). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----, and Jocelle Meyer. (1991). Earth-keepers: Environmental Perspectives on Hunger, Poverty, and Injustice. Scottdale, PA.: Herald Press.

Meyer, L. (1984). “Luther in the Garden of Eden: His Commentary on Genesis 1-3.” Word and World, 4(4), pp. 430-434.

Midgley, Mary. (1983). Animals and Why They Matter: A Journey Around the Species Barrier. Hammondsworth, England: Penguin Books.

-----. (1992). Science as Salvation. London: Routledge.

Mies, Maria and Vandana Shiva. (1993). Ecofeminism. New Jersey: Zed Books.

Migliore, Daniel L. (1991). “The Ecological Crisis and the Doctrine of Creation.” Princeton Seminary Bulletin, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 266-282.

Milbrath, Lester W. (1989). Envisioning a Sustainable Society. Albany: State Univ. of New York Press.

Miles, S. J. (1985). “The Roots of the Scientific Revolution: Reformed Theology.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 37(3), pp. 158-168.

Milgrom, J. (1963). “The Biblical Diet Laws as an Ethical System: Food and Faith.” Interpretation, 17, pp. 288-301.

Miller, Donald. (1979). “The Biblical Basis for Ecology.” Bretheren Life and Thought, 24(Winter), pp. 12-17.

Miller, H. A. (1970). “Man: Created to be an Earth Keeper.” Brethren Life and Thought, 15(Spring), 74-78.

Miller, Hardon B. and William H. Williams (Eds.) (1983).Ethics and Animals Clifton, N.J.: Human Press.

Miller, V. (1988). “Valuing Animals in Their Own Right.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 4(1), pp. 8-10.

Mische, P. M. (1978). “Parenting in a Hungry World.” In M. E. Jegen and B. V. Manno (Eds.), The Earth is the Lord’s: Essays on Stewardship (pp. 169-183). New York: Paulist Press.

Mitcham, Carl, and Jim Grote (Eds.) (1984). “Selected Bibliography of Theology and Technology.” In Theology and Technology: Essays in Christian Analysis and Exegesis (pp. 323-516). Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Mixter, R. L. (1970). “Other Literature.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 22(2), pp. 51-52.

-----. (1973). “The Population Explosion.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 25(1), pp. 9-13.

-----. (1974). “I Am Part of the Problem.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 26(1), 19.

-----. (1978). “A Journal Symposium—The Recombinant DNA Controversy: Published Pros and Cons.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 30(2), 75.

Moberg, D. O. (1974). “All Economic and Political Systems Inadequate.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 26(1), pp. 19-20.

Moberly, R. W. (1988). “Did the Serpent Get it Right?” The Journal of Theological Studies, 39, pp. 1-27.

Modern Churchman (1970). “Nature, Man and God.” Modern Churchman, 14(1), pp. 1-118.

Moellering, R. L. (1971). “Environmental Crisis and Christian Responsibility.” Concordia Journal, 42, pp. 176-182.

Moerman, J. (1991). “Farm Finance Policy—and God: A Reflective Look at a Christian’s Experience on a Government Task Force.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 6(3), 17-18.

Moldenke, H. N., and A. L. Moldenke. (1952). Plants of the Bible. Waltham, Mass: Chronica Botanica Co.

Moltmann, Juergen. (1972). “Christian Theology Today.” New World Outlook, 62, pp. 483-490.

-----. (1979). The Future of Creation. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

-----. (1985). God in Creation: A New Theology of Creation and the Spirit of God. San Francisco: Harper and Row.

-----. (1986). “The Cosmic Community: A New Ecological Concept of Reality in Science and Religion.” Ching Feng: Quarterly Notes on Christianity and Chinese Religion and Culture, 29(2-3), pp. 93-105.

-----. (1988). “The Ecological Crisis: Peace with Nature?” The Scottish Journal of Religious Studies, 9, pp. 9-18.

-----. (1992). “Religion and the Politics of the Environment.” In Dan Cohn-Sherbok and David McLellan (Eds.) Religion in Public Life. New York: St. Martin’s Press, pp. 51-63.

Moncrief, L. (1970). “The Cultural Basis for Our Environmental Crisis.” Science, 170, pp. 508-512.

Monsma, S. V. (Ed.) (1986). Responsible Technology: A Christian Perspective. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.

-----. (1988, Nov/Dec). “Caring for God’s Earth: Public Policy and the Environment.” ESA Advocate, pp. 1A-4A.

Montefiore, Hugh. (1965). “Man’s Dominion.” Theology, 68, pp. 41-46.

-----. (1966). “Man’s Dominion.” In E. Barker (Ed.), The Responsible Church. London: S. P. C. K., Holy Trinity Church.

-----. (1970). Can Man Survive? London: Collins.

-----. (1971). “Ecology, Theology, and Posterity.” New Scientist and Science Journal, 49, pp. 316-318.

-----. (Ed.) (1975). Man and Nature. London: Collins.

-----. (1977). Man and Nature: A Theological Assessment.” Zygon, 12(3), pp. 199-211.

Montesano, C. (1984). A Catholic Worker Philosophy of the Land.” Catholic Agitato, 14(4), 7.

Moody Monthly (editorial) (1970). Christians and Ecology.” Moody Monthly, 71(9), 8.

Moody, Robert. (Ed.) (1993). The Indigenous Voice: Visions and Realities. Utrecht: International Books.

Mooney, P. R. (1985). Impact on the Farm: The Other Side of Bio-Technology.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 1(2), pp. 4-9.

Moore, Arthur J. (1979, Oct 15). Meeting on Science and Faith Debates Ethics and Technology.” Christianity and Crisis, pp. 244-247.

Moore, J., and R. Arena. (1990). Feeling the Squeeze: Are We Destroying God’s Earth? The American Baptist, 188(1), pp. 10-17.

Moore, P. D. (1990). The Exploitation of Forests.” Science and Christian Belief, 2(2), pp. 131-140.

Moore, S. W., and F. Jappe. (1980). Christianity as an Ethical Matrix for No-Grow Economics.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 32(3), pp. 164-168.

Morikawa, Jitsuo. (1974). Theological Meaning of Ecojustice Through Institutional Change.” Foundations: A Baptist Journal of History and Theology, 17(2), pp. 100-105.

-----. (1975). Evangelistic Life Style in an Ecojust Universe.” Foundations, 18, pp. 272-281.

Morris, R. K., and M. W. Fox. (Eds.) (1978). On the Fifth Day: Animal Rights and Human Ethics. Washington D. C.: Acropolis Books.

Morrison, W. D. (1988). Animal Welfare in the Bible.” Earthkeeping: A Quarterly on Faith and Agriculture, 4(1), pp. 11-12.

Morton, J. P. (1980). Listen to the Earth.” Christianity and Crisis: A Christian Journal of Opinion, 40(Feb.4), pp. 10-12.

-----. (1992). The Rene Dubos Consortium for Sacred Ecology. New York: Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

Morton, Nelle. (1985). The Journey Is Home. Boston: Beacon Press.

Morud, J. (1989a). Caretaking 101.” Moody Monthly, 90(2), p. 20.

-----. (1989b). Creation Groans: Are Christians Listening? Moody Monthly, 90(2), pp. 12-21.

-----. (1989c). Get Close to Nature.” Moody Monthly, 90(2), p. 19.

-----. (1989d). Incomparable Masterpiece.” Moody Monthly, 90(2), p. 15.

-----. (1989e). Keep the Warranty.” Moody Monthly, 90(2), p. 21.

Moss, R. (1982). The Earth in Our Hands. London: Inter-Varsity Press.

-----. (Unknown Date). A Christian Environmental Ethic.” Third Way (London), pp. 20-24.

Moss, R. P. (1975). Responsibility in the Use of Nature (I).” Christian Graduate, 28(3), pp. 69-80.

-----. Responsibility in the Use of Nature (II).” Christian Graduate, 29(1), pp. 5-14.

-----. (1978). Environmental Problems and the Christian Ethic.” In C. F. H. Henry (Ed.), Horizons of Science: Christian Scholars Speak Out (pp. 66-86). New York: Harper and Row.

Moule, C. F. D. (1967). Man and Nature in the New Testament: Some Reflections on Biblical Ecology. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, Facet Books.

Mountcastle, W. W., Jr. (1973). The Ecological Problem From the Perspective of Comparative Religion.” Religious Humanism, 7(3), pp. 118-125.

Moyers, Bill. (1990). Spirit and Nature. (Film) Middlebury Conference on Religion and the Environment.

Mpanya, M. (1991). Environmental Impacts of a Church Project in a Zairian Village.” In G. T. Prance and C. B. DeWitt (Eds.), Missionary Earthkeeping. Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press.

Muchina, B. (1989, Jan-Mar). God’s Mirror.” Together, A Publication of World Vision, p. 12.

Mugambi, J.N.K. (1987, Sept). God, Humanity and Nature in Relation to Justice and Peace. Church and Society Documents, no. 2. Geneva: WCC Publications.

Mundahl, T. W. (1986). From Dust to Dust: An Exploration of Elemental Integrity.” Word and World, 6(1), pp. 86-96.

Munro, D. W. (1969). Indifference to Exploitation Unjustifiable.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 21(2), pp. 46-47.

Muratore, S. (1983). Journal Notes.” Epiphany, 3(3), pp. 36-39.

-----. (1985a). Holy Weakness, Strength of God: From Despair to Christian Ecology.” Epiphany, 6(1), pp. 74-77.

-----. (1985b). Reconciliation with the Environment, An Estranged Realm of the Spirit.” Epiphany, 6(1), pp 84-88.

-----. (1985c). Stewardship is Enough: Ecology as Inner Priesthood.” Epiphany, 6(1), pp. 26-34.

-----. (1985d). Where are the Christians? A Call to the Church.” Epiphany, 6(1), p.7.

-----. (1986a). All Creation Rejoices.” Epiphany, 7(1), pp 26-35.

-----. (1986b). The Earth’s End: Eschatology and the Perception of Nature.” Epiphany, 6(4), pp. 40-49.

-----. (1987). Ecological Ecumenism: Inter-Faith Symbiosis for a Healthy Planet.” In F. W. Krueger (Ed.), Christian Ecology: Building an Environmental Ethic for the Twenty-First Century (p. 32). North Webster, Indiana: The North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology.

-----. (1988). Editorial: The New ‘Teilhard’ at the NACCE: Thomas Berry, the ‘New Story’ at the Battle for the Christian Mind.” Epiphany, 8(2), pp. 6-14.

Muray, Leslie A. (1972, Summer). The Hungarian ‘Blues,’ North American Process Philosophy, and Environmental Ethics.” Encounter, pp. 231-146.

Murphey, Charles M. (1989). At Home on Earth: Foundations for a Catholic Ethic of the Environment. New York: Crossroad/Continuum.

Murphy, G. (1986). Our Fragile Ecology.” Catholic Worker, 53(June-July), p. 5

Murphy, G. L. (1982). ‘Have Dominion’: The Christian and Natural Resources.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 34(3), p. 169.

Murphy, N. C. (1985). Teaching and Preaching Stewardship: An Anthology. New York: Commission on Stewardship, National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.

Murray, A. V. (1956). Natural Religion and Christian Theology: An Introduction. New York: Harper.

Murray, Robert. (1992). The Cosmic Covenant: Biblical Themes of Justice, Peace, and the Integrity of Creation. Heythrop Monographs. London: Sheed & Ward.

Murray, W. (1970). Science and Nature and the Crisis of Contemporary Theology.” American Catholic Philosophical Association Proceedings, 44 pp. 114-121.

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Naidoff, B. D. (1978). A Man to Work the Soil: A New Interpretation of Genesis 2-3. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 5, pp. 2-14.

Nash, James A. (1990). Ecological Integrity and Christian Political Responsibility.” Theology and Public Policy, 1(Fall), pp. 32-48.

-----. (1991). Loving Nature: Ecological Integrity and Christian Responsibility. Nashville: Abingdon Press.

-----. (1992, Aug 26-Sept 2). Ethical Concerns for the Global-Warming Debate.” Christian Century, pp. 773-776.

-----. (1994). Ethics and the Economics-Ecology Dilemma: Toward a Just, Sustainable, and Frugal Future.” Theology and Public Policy (Summer).

Nash, N. (1987). The Buddhist Perception of Nature Project.” 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. 31-33). Buddhist Perception of Nature.

Nash, Rodrick F. (1989). The Rights of Nature: A History of Environmental Ethics. Madison, Wis: The University of Wisconsin Press.

Nasr, S. H. (1968). The Encounter of Man in Nature: The Spiritual Crisis of Modern Man. London: George Allen and Unwin, Ltd.

National Conference of Catholic Bishops. (1986). Economic Justice for All: Pastoral Letter on Catholic Social Teaching and the U.S. Economy. Washington, DC: United States Catholic Conference.

Naveh, Z. (1989). Neot Kedumim.” Restoration and Management Notes, 7(1), pp. 9-13.

Navone, John (1975). Christian Responsibility for the Environment.” American Ecclesiastical Review, 169, pp. 681-689.

Neff, D. (1989). Toro, Toro, Toro.” Christianity Today, 33(16), p. 15.

Nelson, D. U. (1973). The Theology of Ecology: A Bibliographical Analysis. M. Div., Western Evangelical Seminary.

Nelson, J. A. (1979). Caring for God’s Land.” The Lutheran Standard, 19(June), pp. 32-33.

-----. (1984). Hunger for Justice: The Politics of Food and Faith. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books.

Nelson, J. L., Jr. (1969). The Groanings of Creation: An Exegetical Study of Romans 8: 28-27. Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary.

Nelson, J. R. (1980). Science and Our Troubled Conscience. Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

Neuhaus, Richard John. (1971). In Defense of People: Ecology and the Seduction of Radicalism. New York: Macmillan.

-----. (1974). In Defense of People: A Thesis Revisited.” In James Noel Smith (Ed.) Environmental Quality and Social Justice in Urban America. Washington: The Conservation Foundation, pp. 59-74.

Newsom, Carol A. (1994). The Moral Sense of Nature: Ethics in the Light of God’s Speech to Job.” The Princeton Seminary Bulletin, n.s. 15(1): 9-27.

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