A Faith Embracing All Creatures: A Review

A Faith Embracing All Creatures: A Review

Tripp York and Andy Alexis-Baker, eds., A Faith Embracing All Creatures: Addressing Commonly Asked Questions about Christian Care for Animals (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2012), 212 pages, ISBN 9781610977012.

The Christian Animal Rights Movement has presented yet another attempt to “reinterpret” Scriptural teaching about humanity’s relationship with animals. Read my review of their latest attempt in Pneuma Review Fall, 2013.

http://pneumareview.com/a-faith-embracing-all-creatures-reviewed-by-stephen-vantassel/

Stephen M. Vantassel is not only a trained theologian, he is also an expert in the field of wildlife damage management. He has published peer-reviewed journal articles and books in both fields and to his knowledge, is the only Evangelical theologian with field experience in wildlife damage management. In addition to his work at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, he is a tutor of theology at King’s Evangelical Divinity School.

 

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About stepvantassel

About the Author Stephen M. Vantassel is a tutor of theology at King’s Evangelical Divinity School (http://kingsdivinity.org). His research interests include practical theology, specifically environmental issues. His latest book is Dominion over Wildlife? An Environmental-Theology of Human-Wildlife Relations, Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2009. He is available for speaking, preaching, and teaching. He can be contacted at svantassel at kingsdivinity dot org.
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