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Ordered the book, Thursday at 1pm received it by 6pm the next day!
Among other things, readers will appreciate the clarity of McFague's thinking, the accessibility of her writing, and the everyday usefulness of her theology.
McFague writes an extremely compelling work on ecological theology and climate change.
That is, the incarnate God that created all that is, and who is also immanent and incarnate within all that is. Read morePublished 9 months ago by David J. Huber
Ordered the book, Thursday at 1pm received it by 6pm the next day! I love that I got text messages/email w the update of the book. Very reliable as i needed it asap! Thanks!Published 16 months ago by Maria
McFague offers metaphors that challenge us to consider our responses in a world of global change. How does thinking about the world as God's body inform our praise and ethics? Read morePublished 21 months ago by Trinity UMC
McFague takes the evidence for climate change and subjects it to theological debate in a manner that informed adults can understand. Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by David Schmidt
Sallie McFague compassionately but forcefully challenges us all to face our own complicity in the causes of global warming. Read morePublished on December 4, 2012 by Susan G. Leete