Sharon Delgado’s new book, Love in a Time of Climate Change: Honoring Creation, Establishing Justice, challenges readers to develop a faithful response to climate change, which disproportionately harms the poor, threatens future generations, and damages God’s creation. This book creatively uses scripture, tradition, reason, and experience to explore the themes of creation and justice in the context of climate change. Its premise is that love of God and neighbor requires us to honor creation and establish justice for our human family, for future generations, and for all creation. Order from your local independent bookstore, from Fortress Press, or from Amazon.com, or contact Sharon for bulk and signed copies.
Love in a Time of Climate Change has been endorsed by theologians, activists, and scientists, including 350.org founder Bill McKibben, climate scientist Michael Mann, theologian Catherine Keller, Interfaith Power and Light founder the Rev. Sally Bingham, and many others. It is listed as Recommended Reading for United Methodist Women’s 2019 Reading Program in the Social Justice category. Read initial endorsements of Love in a Time of Climate Change here.
Read the expanded Table of Contents here.
Read blog posts that relate to the book and the topic of climate change and climate justice here.
Listen to a Yale Climate Connections 90 second audio piece about Love in a Time of Climate Change
Listen to a longer interview on KZFR FM, at 32 minutes in.
Excerpt published in Evangelicals for Social Action website.
Here are more in-depth reviews:
Review by Mark Davies at the Reading Religion journal of the American Academy of Religion
Review by Teresa Langness at the Englewood Review of Books
Review by Michelle Walsh at the Women’s Caucus of the American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature.
Review in Sojourners Magazine by Beth Norcross (paid access only for full article).
Review in Christian Century by Willa Swenson-Lengyel.
Review in Generous Stewards by Betsy Schwartzentraub.
Review in the Journal of Lutheran Ethics by Steward Herman .
See other reviews at Amazon.com.
Listed as number 8 on the “45 Best Climate Change Books” on BookAuthority.com. (Really?)
Listed as an Eco-Theology favorite on Five-Leaf Eco Awards.