Uses of the Bible in environmental ethics

Further resources

Introductory bibliography

Here is a brief introductory bibliography for those interested in the uses of the Bible in environmental ethics: 

  • Berry, R. J., Ed. (2000). The Care of Creation. Leicester, IVP.
  • Habel, N. C., Ed. (2000). Readings from the Perspective of Earth. The Earth Bible. Sheffield, Sheffield University Press.
  • Habel, N. C., Ed. (2001). The Earth Story in Psalms and Prophets. The Earth Bible. Sheffield, Sheffield University Press.
  • Habel, N. C. and V. Balabanski, Eds. (2002). The Earth Story in the New Testament. The Earth Bible. Sheffield, Sheffield University Press.
  • Habel, N. C. and S. Wurst, Eds. (2000). The Earth Story in Genesis. The Earth Bible. Sheffield, Sheffield University Press.
  • Habel, N. C. and S. Wurst, Eds. (2001). The Earth Story in Wisdom Traditions. The Earth Bible. Sheffield, Sheffield University Press.
  • Hessel, Dieter and Ruether, Rosemary Radford Eds. (2002). Christianity and Ecology . Cambridge, Ma., Harvard.
  • Moltmann, J. (1985). God in Creation. An Ecological Doctrine of Creation. London, SCM. • Northcott, M. S. (1996). The Environment and Christian Ethics. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
  • Primavesi, Anne (2000). Sacred Gaia. London, Routledge • Ruether, Rosemary Radford (1993). Gaia and God. London, SCM Press. • Santmire, H. P. (2000). Nature Reborn. The Ecological and Cosmic Promise of Christian Theology. Minneapolis, Fortress Press.

Useful websites

These websites also contain relevant and related material:

Environmental statements from a number of different Christian organisations and bodies together with their website addresses are included in Creation care websites which can be downloaded as pdf file.