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The Green Bible

Friday, January 16, 2009 | 12:00 p.m. CST; updated 6:12 p.m. CST, Thursday, January 22, 2009

"The Green Bible" is catching the attention of those interested in learning how Scripture and religious organizations speak to "caring for creation." Released in October, the New Revised Standard Version Bible features:

  • More than 1,000 verses highlighted in green type
  • 12 inspirational essays by scholars and leaders, including a forward written by Desmond Tutu
  • A “Trail Guide” to six green themes that appear in the Bible
  • A cotton-linen cover and pages printed with soy-based ink on recycled paper with water-based coating
  • 104 tips for action for individuals, families and churches
  • Listings of 67 organizations and Web sites that offer further information and opportunities for action
  • An index to 88 green subjects
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Don Day, a member of Broadway Christian Church, recently bought a copy after reading about it on the Internet. “I haven’t had time to delve into the book yet,” he said, “but I have found the scriptural passages related to the environment interesting and plan to go through the book’s ‘Trail Guide’ on my own and possibly lead a study on it in the future.”

"The Green Bible" can be purchased at Barnes and Noble in Columbia for $29.95.


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