By Gayle Boss. More gorgeous little essays, this time intended for reading during Lent. Also appropriate for children, but this book features animals at risk of extinction, so parental discretion advised.
Edited by David Paul Warners and Michael Kuperus Heun. Aimed at Christian laypeople and young adults, this series of essays draws from a number of academic disciplines to consider where the concept of “stewardship” may be inadequate and how to move beyond it.
By Randy Woodley. Woodley, a Christian pastor and member of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee peoples, finds the fruitful overlap between indigenous ways of living on the earth and what the Bible says about human relationship to the rest of creation.