Living Ecological Justice: A Biblical Response to the Environmental Crisis is organized around three themes: protecting what we love, the biblical case for creation advocacy and abundant life for all creation: worship, community, action.

Questions covered include:

  • How do we become closer to Christ through a deepening relationship with creation?
  • How do we move from the idea of human dominion of the earth to one of creation justice?
  • What does it mean, from an Indigenous and biblical perspective, for God to have a covenant with all of creation?
  • How can ecological justice become part of our worship services?
  • What will it take for Canadian churches to step up their advocacy efforts in the face of climate change?

The book is published by the Canadian nonprofit, Citizens for Public Justice, Ottawa, ON. This faith-based group seeks to shape public policy debates in the areas of poverty, ecological justice, taxation and refugees.