Norman Wirzba



Norman Wirzba is Professor of Theology and Ecology at Duke University Divinity School and a pioneer of scholarly work on religion, philosophy, ecology, and agrarianism. He is also the author of Food and Faith, Living the Sabbath, The Paradise of God, and From Nature to Creation. He lives near Hillsborough, North Carolina.

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Food and Faith: A Theology ...

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Living the Sabbath: Discove...

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The Essential Agrarian Read...

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From Nature to Creation: A ...

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Way of Love: Recovering the...

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The Paradise of God: Renewi...

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Transforming Philosophy and...

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Alimento e Fé. Uma Teologia...

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Eat with Joy: Redeeming God...

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“Food is a gift of God given to all creatures for the purposes of life’s nurture, sharing, and celebration. When it is done in the name of God, eating is the earthly realization of God’s eternal communion-building love.”
Norman Wirzba, Food and Faith

“According to Scripture, the world we live in is God’s creation. It is the visual, fragrant, audible, touchable, and tastable manifestation of God’s love, the place where God’s desire that others be and be well finds earthly expression.”
Norman Wirzba, From Nature to Creation (The Church and Postmodern Culture): A Christian Vision for Understanding and Loving Our World

“Fasting, in its most fundamental aspiration, is about developing a sacrificial, self-offering life that addresses and nurtures the needs of others.”
Norman Wirzba, Food and Faith



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