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Living with Other Creatures: Green Exegesis and Theology

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Richard Bauckham offers a fresh approach to the relationship between humanity and creation and our responsibility before God to steward wisely. The Bible offers fresh and often innovative approaches to a wide range of the issues that arise in relating the Bible and Christian theology to the ecological concerns of our contemporary world. Clear, biblical teaching on ecologyE ...more
Published September 1st 2011 by Paternoster Publishing
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Bauckham produces another interesting work. One which, as far as I am aware, is an innovation unparalleled. A New Testament scholar considers ecology. He’s a welcome and informed voice concerned about creation and concerned about scriptural warrant for creation-care − a voice which recognizes the intricate and inseparable relation between creation and eschatology.
The essays are unified around a couple core commitments, most notably, that humans do not have hierarchical authority over living c
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A great scholar writing about a theology that is centered on God, not man. This, and other works in a similar vein by Bauckham, should be mandatory reading by all those desiring the office of 'teacher/pastor' in the Christian faith. Even if you do not adopt 'green theology', it is good to know the arguments for it, especially in this age of ecological indifference, ignorance, and destruction.
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Richard Bauckham (PhD, University of Cambridge) is senior scholar at Ridley Hall, Cambridge University, in Cambridge, England, where he teaches for the Cambridge Federation of Theological Colleges. He is also a visiting professor at St. Mellitus College, London, and emeritus professor of New Testament at the University of St. Andrews. He is a Fellow of the British Academy and the author of numerou ...more
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