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LEADER: 01335cam a2200277 a 4500
001   2009036911
003 DLC
005 20100722142233.0
008 090904s2010    nyu           001 0 eng  
010    $a 2009036911
020    $a9780061730535 (hardback)
020    $a006173053X (hardback)
035    $a(OCoLC)ocn310399277
040    $aDLC$cDLC$dBTCTA$dYDXCP$dC#P$dBWX$dABF$dVP@$dUPZ$dDLC
050 00 $aBS660$b.S58 2010
082 00 $a220.8/3042$222
100 $aSleeth, J. Matthew,$d1956-
245 14 $aThe gospel according to the earth :$bwhy the Good Book is a green book /$cJ. Matthew Sleeth.
250    $a1st ed.
260    $aNew York :$bHarperOne,$cc2010.
300    $axiv, 209 p. ;$c22 cm.
500    $aIncludes indexes.
505 $aWork: the garden -- Water: the flood -- Hospitality: Abraham and the angels -- Stewardship: Pharaoh's dream -- Work and rest: exodus from slavery -- Gleaning: Ruth -- God the Creator: Job -- The first environmental music: the psalms -- Food: Daniel -- Community: Acts -- Simplicity and consumerism: Philippians -- Sacrifice: Colossians.
520    $aFrom the leading Christian voice for the green movement comes a primer on everything the Bible teaches about caring for the Earth.
650  0 $aHuman ecology$xBiblical teaching.
650  0 $aHuman ecology$xReligious aspects$xChristianity.