Works of Ecological Significance

Our first staff pick theme for April is Ecology. There are a wide range of books represented in the staff selections, with few choices actually from our Eco-Theology section. Let’s have a look at the recommendations.

Ed chose The Land by Walter Brueggemann. The subtitle says it all: “Place as gift, promise, and challenge in biblical faith.”

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Cindy picked Raised-Bed Gardening because local food production is an important part of thinking about ecological stewardship — and how more local can you get than your own garden?

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Heather chose Frankenstein by Mary Shelley because a scientist creates life in his lab — what could possibly go wrong?

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Carolyn picked Fixing Fashion by Michael Lavergne because it is important to think about how we consume clothes as part our ecological stewardship.

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Sheila picked Being Consumed by William Cavanaugh because she likes the book’s theological approach to thinking about ecology.

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Connor chose Brave New World by Aldous Huxley because “This is what happens when there’s no regard for the natural world around us.”

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Andrew approved the book we picked for him, Salt Sugar Fat by Michael Moss because he found this book “disturbing to read given my own eating habits.”

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