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Nature and Altering It

Nature and Altering It

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In this penetrating book Allen Verhey deftly unpacks the underlying human narratives or "myths" through which Western culture perceives "nature," and he presents the biblical narrative as an alternative story that can help shape a very different ethos for "nature and altering it." Although Christian Scripture has often been accused of nurturing arrogance toward nature, Verhey looks at the Bible in a way that moves beyond those accusations and demonstrates the value of the Christian narrative for contemporary ecological ethics.
In this penetrating book Allen Verhey deftly unpacks the underlying human narratives or "myths" through which Western culture perceives "nature," and he presents the biblical narrative as an alternative story that can help shape a very different ethos for "nature and altering it." Although Christian Scripture has often been accused of nurturing arrogance toward nature, Verhey looks at the Bible in a way that moves beyond those accusations and demonstrates the value of the Christian narrative for contemporary ecological ethics.

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Published by: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. on Nov 04, 2010
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© 2010 Allen Verhey, All rights reserved
Published 2010 by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
The miracles of Jesus were the ordinary works of
His Father, wrought small and swift that we might
take them in.
George MacDonald
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