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Bob H

Thanks a million for this, Steve. I think it's exactly right. It's difficult for me to understand how anyone can read the first chapters of Genesis and not come away feeling a deep sense of responsibility to the earth and all flora and fauna thereon. We are meant to be grounds-keepers and caretakers.

Incidentally, the writings of Fr. Andrew Linzey, over at Oxford, are just splendid on this -- at least on the fauna part of the picture. If I can find the time one day, I'll try to write more on the flora side as well.

Thanks again,

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