Super, Natural Christians: How We Should Love Nature: Book Review
...McFague's thesis is that the Christian love of God and neighbour as subjects should be extended to nature. Whilst science has taught us to view nature objectively and to bend it to the human will, what is needed is a "loving eye" that regards creation as subject also.
Christian Perceptions of Environmental Responsibility
...This page is an author index that includes five essays by McFague. Three of these concern the relationships of God and humans with the Earth and with each other. These are, (i) 'An Earthly Theological Agenda,' (ii) 'The World as God's Body,' and (iii) 'Imaging a Theology of Nature: The World as God's Body.'
McFague on Creation Spirituality
The World as the Body of God
...A commentary by Rachel Tedesco on McFague's book The Body of God: An Ecological Theology (1993). Tedecso attempts to summarize McFague's historical overview of how older views of God's relationship to the world affected understandings of the sacredness of the Earth. These views on the one hand have largely separated God from Creation, and on the other emphasized a personal relationship between God and human beings which is exclusive of the rest of the natural world. McFague wants to see the model of God as spirit joined to the organic world as Godís Body, in which we are co-agents. There is also the question of how such concepts relate to ecological problems and the inequitable distribution of wealth.