The Presbyterian Outlook Book Review

Excerpt:

Jurovics combines biblical exploration (faith) with practical application (action) around this most pressing of planetary concerns (climate change). . . .  I am convinced that this brief book can be a helpful resource for people of faith who want to combine their spirituality with concrete action, both personally and communally.

Full Review by: at The Presbyterian Outlook

Midwest Book Review

The following excerpt from the review of “Hospitable Planet” is featured in the June 2016 issue of the monthly book review publication “Wisconsin Bookwatch”

Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, “Hospitable Planet” impressively informed and informative, making it very highly recommended and critically important reading for all members of the Christian community regardless of their denominational affiliation.

*Please scroll down to the 15th review by: Midwest Book Review

Book review: A biblical basis for fighting climate change

The Bible that Christians and Jews hold sacred places numerous limitations upon our behavior toward the natural world, meaning that we have been treating the environment in ways that damage our personal relationship to the divine,” he writes. “Christians and Jews who care about that relationship may seek to change personal behavior and find motivation to influence national policies.

Review by: Richard Stradling at NewsObserver.com