Tim's Reviews > Holy Ground: A Gathering of Voices on Caring for Creation

Holy Ground by Lyndsay Moseley
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Apr 10, 11

bookshelves: religion, essays, enviro
Read from February 26 to April 09, 2011

A nice, readable, thought-provoking series of essays arguing that caring for the environment (or, the capital-C Creation) is a key religious calling. There is an admirable breadth of perspectives here, with contributions from the many varieties of Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu and Christian faiths (although for all that, very American in its outlook).

As is usual with these types of books the style and quality vary greatly, but I imagine that there are enough fresh perspectives, insights and sharp personal stories to keep most people turning pages.

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