So, God is “green.” Now we know. This Bible, published by HarperOne will help you read the Bible through a “green lens” (sadly, their words). Well, I guess I should have seen this coming.
I bet their discussion of Romans 1:21-25 is fascinating.
Product Description: “The definitive green movement Bible that shows God is “green” and helps us see how we can care for and protect God’s creation.
The Green Bible equips and encourages you to see God’s vision for creation and helps you engage in the work of healing and sustaining it. With over 1,000 references to the earth in the Bible, compared to 490 references to heaven and 530 references to love, the Bible carries a powerful message for the earth. This Green-Letter edition of the Bible highlights scriptures in green ink that teach about God’s care for creation and how God interacts with creation, in an effort to bring greater awareness to how this message is woven throughout the Old and New Testaments. Essays from leading conservationists and theologians on how to read the Bible through a “green lens” as well as a green topical index and Green Bible Trail Guide for personal study will be paired with teachings throughout the ages to show people how caring for God’s creation is not only a calling, but a lifestyle.”