Bible and Ecology

The Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Convention of the Catholic Biblical Association of the Philippines have now been published in the book Bible and Ecology (Manila: 2007), 130 pp. The book contains the following articles:


  • “Nature’s Beauty and Turmoil” (Felipe Fruto Ll. Ramirez, SJ)
Convention Theme:
  • “Bible and Ecology” (Cielito Almazan, OFM)
Major Papers:
  • “‘Things too wonderful for me’ (Job 42:3): Job and the New Cosmology” (Dianne Bergant, CSA)
  • “A Re-Reading of the Priestly Creation Story with a Special Consideration of the Hebrew Verbs rdh and kbÅ¡ in Gen 1:26-28” (Bienvenido Q. Baisas, OFM)
Workshop Papers:
  • “OT Holy Mountain Ethos and Its NT Transformation” (Rafael Dy-Liacco)
  • “Assembly of Gods and Goddesses and the Fate of Humanity: A Survey of Cuneiform Texts from the Ancient Near East” (Randolf C. Flores, SVD)
  • “‘Kay Yhwh ang Lupa at Kapunuan Nito’ (Awit 24:1-2): Pagsasalin sa Wikang Filipino mula sa Batayang Teksto ng Wikang Hebreo” (Martha Gamolo, DC)
  • “Glory of the Name, Human Kingship, Welfare of Creation: How Does It All Fit Together? A Study on the ‘Son of Adam’ of Psalm 8” (Emmanuel Hirschauer)
  • “How Do Biblical Scriptures Want to Be Understood? Leading Questions towards an Inner Hermeneutics of the Bible” (Dominik Markl, SJ)

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