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chris b | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Apr 1 2022 3:50 PM

Does anyone have a list or know where I can find a list of all the volumes which contain the articles in Lexham's collection?

thanks to all. help appreciated.

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Apr 1 2022 6:48 PM

Chris:
Does anyone have a list or know where I can find a list of all the volumes which contain the articles in Lexham's collection?

I bought this book in Logos, and the sources are listed at the end of it:


SOURCES


    1      Editors, “Fulfilling God’s Cultural Mandate,” Christianity Today 14.11 (February 27, 1970): 24–25.
    2      Editors, “Ecologism: A New Paganism?” Christianity Today 14.14 (April 10, 1970): 33–34.
    3      Editors, “Terracide,” Christianity Today 14.15 (April 23, 1971): 26–27.
    4      Carl H. Reidel, “Christianity and the Environmental Crisis,” Christianity Today 15.15 (April 23, 1971): 4–8.
    5      James M. Houston, “The Environmental Movement—Five Causes of Confusion,” Christianity Today 16.24 (September 15, 1972): 8–10.
    6      Martin Labar, “A Message to Polluters from the Bible,” Christianity Today 18.21 (July 26, 1974): 8–12.
    7      Loren Wilkinson, “Global Housekeeping: Lords or Servants?,” Christianity Today 24.12 (June 27, 1980): 26–30.
    8      Paul Brand, “A Handful of Mud,” Christianity Today 29.7 (April 19, 1985): 25–31.
    9      Kim A. Lawton, “Environment: Is There Room for Prolife Environmentalists?,” Christianity Today 34.13 (September 13, 1990): 46–47.
    10      William A. Dyrness, “Are We Our Planet’s Keeper?: Our Problems with the Environment Are Not Merely Technical, They Are Spiritual,” Christianity Today 35.4 (April 8, 1991): 40–42.
    11      Loren Wilkinson, “Earth Summit: Searching for a Spiritual Foundation,” Christianity Today 36.8 (July 20, 1992), 48.
    12      Ronald J. Sider, “Redeeming the Environmentalists,” Christianity Today 37.7 (June 21, 1993): 26–29.
    13      Loren Wilkinson, “How Christian Is the Green Agenda?,” Christianity Today 37.1 (January 11, 1993): 16–20.
    14      Tod Connor, “Is the Earth Alive?,” Christianity Today 37.1 (January 11, 1993): 22–25.
    15      David N. Livingstone, Calvin B. DeWitt, and Loren Wilkinson, “Eco-Myths,” Christianity Today 38.4 (April 4, 1994): 22–33.
    16      Bill McKibben, “Christmas Unplugged,” Christianity Today 40.14 (December 9, 1996): 19–23.
    17      Randy Frame, “Greening of the Gospel?,” Christianity Today 40.13 (November 11, 1996): 82–84.
    18      Tim Stafford, “God’s Green Acres,” Christianity Today 42.7 (June 15, 1998): 32–37.
    19      Editors, “Heat Stroke,” Christianity Today 48.10 (October 2004): 26–27.
    20      Andy Crouch, “Environmental Wager,” Christianity Today 49.8 (August 2005): 66.
    21      Ragan Sutterfield, “Imagining a Different Way to Live,” Christianity Today 50.11 (November 2006): 61–63.
    22      Editors, “One-Size Politics Doesn’t Fit All,” Christianity Today 51.5 (May 2007): 22–23.
    23      Rob Moll, “The Good Shepherds,” Christianity Today 51.10 (October 2007): 64–69.
    24      David Neff, “Second Coming Ecology,” Christianity Today 52.7 (July 2008): 34–37.
    25      Editors, “Not One Sparrow,” Christianity Today 53.7 (July 2009): 19.
    26      Leslie Leyland Fields, “A Feast Fit for the King,” Christianity Today 54.11 (November 2010): 22–28.
    27      Scott Sabin, “Whole Earth Evangelism,” Christianity Today 54.7 (July 2010): 27–29.
    28      Andy Crouch, Eugene Peterson, and Peter Harris, “The Joyful Environmentalists,” Christianity Today 55.6 (June 2011), 30–32.
    29      Tony Carnes, “Back to the Garden,” Christianity Today 55.7 (July 2011): 56–58.
    30      Andrew Spencer, “Three Reasons Why Evangelicals Stopped Advocating for the Environment,” Christianity Today online, June 14, 2017, https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2017/june-web-only/three-reasons-evangelicals-dont-advocate-for-environment.html.
    31      Ken Baake, “Oil Is a Gift from God. Are We Squandering It?” Christianity Today 63.5 (June 2019).


Christianity Today, Stewards of the Earth: Christianity and Creation Care, Best of Christianity Today (Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2022), 279–281.

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chris b | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Apr 2 2022 11:23 AM

Thank you very much! that's exremely helpful.

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Apr 2 2022 1:11 PM

Rosie Perera:
    28      Andy Crouch, Eugene Peterson, and Peter Harris, “The Joyful Environmentalists,” Christianity Today 55.6 (June 2011), 30–32.

Incidentally, small bit of trivia: My photos of Eugene Peterson and Peter Harris were published with that article in that original edition, and they are in the Logos version of that edition of CT. They did not make it into the compendium published by Lexham Press, though.

I took the photos at Laity Lodge in Texas when I was there for a technology summit with Eugene and others, and Peter happened to have overlapped with us by a day, as he had arrived for another event. Both friends of mine.

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