Rolston Research Conference - Center for Theology and Natural Sciences, Berkeley, 1991
Article 1: I begin with some autobiography, hoping to conclude with an ethic for Christians for creation. I move from the particular to the universal. This is a story of how living locally has led me to think globally. I see my experience "writ large" as promising for Christians who are asking what it means to reside on a good Earth. What does it profit to gain the world, only to lose it to gain it economically, to fence it in, pave it over, harvest it, only to lose it scientifically, aesthetically, recreationally, religiously, as a wonderland of natural history, as a realm of integral wildness ...
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