TOWARDS AN ECOLOGICAL BIBLICAL HERMENEUTICS: A REVIEW ESSAY ON THE EARTH BIBLE PROJECT

Ernst M. Conradie

Abstract


This review essay on the five volumes of the Earth Bible series focuses on the critical
Biblical hermeneutics employed in the series. It describes the background of the project
within the context of the emergence of ecological theology and assesses the significance
of the project towards the development of an ecological Biblical hermeneutics.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/85-0-941

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