The Bible is an inconvenient text. There are passages that are 'grey' rather than 'green'. These passages depict God or humans destroying or devaluing parts of creation. What if we dare to read these 'grey texts' from the perspective of the victims - Earth and the domains of Earth? How then would we relate to these de-valued parts of creation? And, how does this Gospel contribute to resolving this dilemma? Norm Habel has taught Old Tesatment in Australia, the USA and India. He has written major commentaries on the Book of Job and is editor of the Sheffield Press' Earth Bible Series.
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