A few months ago, a review copy of a new book landed on my desk—The Green Bible. New books cross my desk every day, but this is by far the most interesting one yet. Here’s what I love about The Green Bible: Now is the time for Christians to reclaim environmentalism. It’s such a touchy subject, but no matter how “green” you are or refuse to be, caring for our world is a Christian stewardship issue that has drifted far from the church. In addition to being printed with eco-friendly material, The Green Bible includes an introduction about the prevalence of passages in the Bible that speak to caring for creation, and several short essays by some of the leading voices in Christianity today. But the biggest feature of The Green Bible is the green lettering. Every time the Bible speaks about caring for the earth, the words are in green. I can’t help but wonder what people think about this. Have you seen this yet? I’d love to hear thoughts, especially if you’ve looked through/are using a copy.