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The Green Bible

Stephen Scharper and Hilary Cunningham

The Green Bible seeks out the word of God for our diminished planet. Its sources range from the Hebrew and Christian scriptures to religious and political leaders, scientists, and environmentalists today. Their voices bring home the urgent task we face: to mend our household which is Creation, and to inspire hope that life will continue—and flourish—for all Earth's beings.




160 pp.  
4" x 7 3/4"

Lantern Books

Paperback
$15.00

Published:  June 2002

978-1-930051-64-5




Stephen Bede Scharper teaches religion and ecology at St. Michael's College, Toronto, Ontario. He is co-author of The Green Bible and author of Redeeming the Time: A Political Theology of the Environment.

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Hilary Cunningham is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Toronto. Her past research has focused on the U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-Canada borderlands, and she is author of numerous publications on the politics of borders and border-crossings. Her current research is based in northern Ontario on the Bruce Peninsula and explores what she terms “gated ecologies,” especially those pertaining to nature reserves and wilderness areas.

Hilary’s current research is based in northern Ontario on the Bruce Peninsula and explores what she terms “gated ecologies,” especially those pertaining nature reserves and wilderness areas. In her work, Hilary explores boundary-making itself as a multi-faceted encounter with “nature.” She is currently developing a distinctive epistemological framework within studies of environment by arguing that the “bounding” of nature remains a central problematic for contemporary debates on ecological issues. Adopting a unique interdisciplinary framework, she explores “nature” as entailing boundary-making — i.e., as entailing metaphysical, aesthetic and political act(s) that both enact and enable particular human-nature interactions.
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