Torah of the earth: exploring 4,000 years of ecology in Jewish thought
More than thirty leading scholars and experts provide a guided tour of ecological thought from for major Jewish viewpoints: biblical Judaism, rabbinic Judaism, the Zionist, movement, and the Eco-Judaism movement.
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Biblical Israel One Land One People
The SabbaticalJubilee Tradition
Ecology in a Biblical Perspective
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