The Earth Bible Project is a scholarly series, developed by a team of biblical researchers from
Adelaide, South Australia. The project is a collaboration of scholars from
around the world who use specific eco-justice principles to foreground their reading and analysis of biblical texts. Each must consider, for example, how creation is depicted vis-à-vis human life and activity. Are humans portrayed as earth's rulers or kin?
The Earth Bible Project's principal aims are a) to develop eco-justice
principles appropriate to an earth hermeneutic for interpreting the
Bible and for promoting justice and healing of earth; b) to publish these
interpretations and take part in the ongoing debate on ecology,
ecoethics and ecotheology; and c) to create a forum in which to promote healing of the earth.
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