The Earth story in wisdom traditions / edited by Norman C. Habel & Shirley Wurst.

Contributor(s): Habel, Norman C. (Norman Charles), 1932- | Wurst, Shirley | Pilgrim Press
Material type: TextTextSeries: The Earth Bible ; v. 3Publisher: Sheffield : Cleveland : Sheffield Academic Press ; Pilgrim Press, c2001Description: 213 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 1841270865 (Sheffield); 0829814418 (Pilgrim)Subject(s): Bible. O.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Human ecology in the Bible | Environmental protection -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityLOC classification: BT695 | .E2725 2001
Contents:
Where is the voice of earth in Wisdom literature? / Norman C. Habel -- Wisdom literature and ecofeminism / Laura Osgood-Oster -- Woman wisdom's way: ecokinship / Shirley Wurst -- Earth first: inverse cosmology in Job / Norman C. Habel -- Job 12: cosmic devastation and social turmoil / Alice M. Sinnott -- Who cares? Reflections on the story of the ostrich (Job 39.13-18) / Izak Spangenberg -- Divine creative power and the decentering of creation: the subtext of the Lord's addresses to Job / Dale Patrick -- Plumbing the depths of earth: Job 28 and deep ecology / Katharine J. Dell -- 'Go forth into the fields': an earth-centered reading of the Song of Songs / Carole R. Fontaine -- Eco-Delight in the Song of Songs / Hendrik Viviers -- Ecclesiastes 3.16-22: an ecojustice reading, with parallels from African wisdom / Willie van Heerden -- God's design: the death of creation? An ecojustice reading of Romans 8.18-30 in the light of Wisdom 1-2 / Marie Turner -- 'Is the wild ox willing to serve you?' Challenging the mandate to dominate / Norman C. Habel.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Where is the voice of earth in Wisdom literature? / Norman C. Habel -- Wisdom literature and ecofeminism / Laura Osgood-Oster -- Woman wisdom's way: ecokinship / Shirley Wurst -- Earth first: inverse cosmology in Job / Norman C. Habel -- Job 12: cosmic devastation and social turmoil / Alice M. Sinnott -- Who cares? Reflections on the story of the ostrich (Job 39.13-18) / Izak Spangenberg -- Divine creative power and the decentering of creation: the subtext of the Lord's addresses to Job / Dale Patrick -- Plumbing the depths of earth: Job 28 and deep ecology / Katharine J. Dell -- 'Go forth into the fields': an earth-centered reading of the Song of Songs / Carole R. Fontaine -- Eco-Delight in the Song of Songs / Hendrik Viviers -- Ecclesiastes 3.16-22: an ecojustice reading, with parallels from African wisdom / Willie van Heerden -- God's design: the death of creation? An ecojustice reading of Romans 8.18-30 in the light of Wisdom 1-2 / Marie Turner -- 'Is the wild ox willing to serve you?' Challenging the mandate to dominate / Norman C. Habel.

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