All who wound God's works, wound God's image. 

~ Zohar, Ra`ya Mehemna 3:123b 

Kabbalah and Ecology: God's Image in the More-Than-Human World is a radically new vision of Judaism fully anchored in the most traditional sources.

It has been called "exhilarating" (Bill McKibben), "crucial and irreplaceable" (Rabbi Jill Hammer), "a tour-de-force" (Rabbi Yitz Greenberg and Mary Evelyn Tucker), and "one of the boldest, most imaginative and theologically significant works to appear in recent memory" (Rabbi Nehemia Polen); it "jumps off the page with relevance" (Jeremy Benstein).

Read/download a PDF of the whole introduction here. Read all the endorsements for Kabbalah and Ecology here.

Read Methods for Jewish Constructive Theology. Methods was written as an appendix to Kabbalah and Ecology.

Other sections from Kabbalah and Ecology available for download: Get the text study sheets from the Parliament of World Religions by clicking here.

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You can order Kabbalah and Ecology from Cambridge University Press (use discount code KEDMS14 for 20% off), or from, where you can also browse the book. (Click here to browse on Googlebooks.) I also hope to make available a special subsidy for Jewish community educators and other non-academic readers in time for the paperback publication.

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