Diocese of Chichester

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Photograph by Revd Jane Willis

These resources offer helpful materials – but the Diocese of Chichester does not necessarily share nor endorse all the perspectives and views expressed.

Websites – from a Christian perspective

Websites – from a general perspective



Blogs – from a Christian perspective

Books and articles

Bauckham Richard, Bible and Ecology: Rediscovering the Community of Creation, Darton, Longman, & Todd (2010), (226 pp.)

Church of England, Sharing God’s Planet (A Christian Vision for a Sustainable Future)

Denis Edwards. Partaking of God: Trinity, Evolution, and Ecology. Michael Glazier (2014). Pope Francis.Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home (2015)

Hodson, Martin J. and Hodson, Margot R., A Christian Guide to Environmental Issues. Bible Reading Fellowship (2015)

Hodson, Martin J. and Hodson, Margot R., An Introduction to Environmental Ethics (2017), (Grove Ethics E184)

Horrell, David, The Bible and the Environment: Towards a Critical, Ecological Biblical Theology, Equinox (2010)

Marlow, Hilary, The Earth is the Lord's: A Biblical Response to Environmental Issues (2008), (Grove Biblical B50)

Moo, Douglas J., and Moo, Jonathan A., Creation Care : a Biblical Theology of the Natural World. Zondervan (2018), (250 pp.) [paperback and e-book]

Valerio, Ruth, Just Living : Faith and Community in an Age of Consumerism, Hodder (2016) [paperback]

Valerio, Ruth, L is for Lifestyle: Christian Living that Doesn’t Cost the Earth. IVP, revised edition (2008) [paperback and e-book]

Williams, Rowan, Creation, Creativity and Creatureliness: the Wisdom of Finite Existence. A lecture delivered at a Study Day organised by the St Theosevia Centre for Christian Spirituality, Oxford (2005) [free]


Diocesan Environment Officer – Revd Debbie Beer M: 07530 039299