BILBRO LOVING GOD'S WILDNESS
Loving God’s Wildness rediscovers the environmental roots of America’s Puritan heritage. In tracing this history, GCC Associate Professor Jeffrey Bilbro demonstrates how the dualistic Christianity that the Puritans brought to America led them to see the land as an empty wilderness that God would turn into a productive source of marketable commodities. Bilbro carefully explores the effect of this dichotomy in the nature writings of Henry David Thoreau, John Muir, Willa Cather, and Wendell Berry.
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