Inhabiting Eden Christians, the Bible, and the Ecological CrisisDecember 2, 2013 By Collegeville Institute Patricia K. Tull Louisville, KY, Westminster John Knox Press, 2013 Visit this title on the publisher's website » In this thoughtful study, respected Old Testament scholar Patricia K. Tull explores the Scriptures for guidance on today’s ecological crisis. Tull looks to the Bible for what it can tell us about our relationships, not just to the earth itself, but also to plant and animal life, to each other, to descendants who will inherit the planet from us, and to our Creator. She offers candid discussions on many current ecological problems that humans contribute to, such as the overuse of energy resources like gas and electricity, consumerism, food production systems—including land use and factory farming—and toxic waste. Each chapter concludes with discussion questions and a practical exercise, making it ideal for both group and individual study. This important book provides a biblical basis for thinking about our world differently and prompts us to consider changing our own actions. Visit inhabitingeden.org for links to additional resources and information. Like this post? Subscribe to have new posts sent to you by email the same day they are posted.