Nature's Call

Elshtain, Jean Bethke
November 1990
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1990, Issue 7, p7
Explores the religious aspects of environmental destruction. Percentage of U.S. citizens who believe in protecting the environment regardless of cost according to a September 1981 survey; Definition of earth according to Hebrew and Christian traditions; Prophets and saints who rejoiced at creation.


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