"What a goldmine of a book! Yes, Christian tradition has contributed its share to a damaging view of nature. But convinced that tradition is relevant for today’s ecological issues, Edwards digs deep to find bright veins of insight. Artful scans of biblical, patristic, medieval, reformation, and contemporary thinkers end in nugget-like 'trajectories' which alone are worth the price of admission. A tremendously useful resource for teachers and students engaged in renewing a theology of the natural world, to practical effect."
Christian Understandings of Creation
The Historical Trajectory