The Rev. Leah Schade’s book Creation-Crisis Preaching: Ecology, Theology and the Pulpit (Chalice Press, 2015) is simply a remarkable document. Blurbed by climate author and activist Bill McKibben, it is full of new ideas about the environmental movement and constitutes a review of the literature that simply boggles my mind.
Book of Genesis
If the story of the Garden of Eden is such a common cultural reference point, what more can be said about it?
Plenty, at least judging by a new exhibit at the Museum of Biblical Art, which is affiliated with the American Bible Society.
The famed narrative of Eden in the Book of Genesis has been the subject of “New Yorker cartoon after New Yorker cartoon,” said guest curator Jennifer Scanlan, noting the enduring power of the Eden narrative.
Review: Darren Aronofsky has done his Bible-storytelling homework for his epic "Noah," in which sin is alive and well.
The upcoming Russell Crowe film "Noah" is stirring concern as it touches on a beloved Bible story dear to people of several faiths.