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Ancient Ecologies and the Biblical Perspective

@inproceedings{Yamauchi1980AncientEA,
  title={Ancient Ecologies and the Biblical Perspective},
  author={Edwin M. Yamauchi},
  year={1980}
}
The word "ecology" was first coined in 1873 1 but men in ancient times were at least partially aware of "the interrelationships of living things to one another and their surrounding environment." 2 Today we understand much more clearly the delicate balances involved in the relationships between nature and man's activities. But even now we do not always foresee all the results of constructing a project like the Aswan Dam in Egypt. 3 Although we may comprehend the causes and processes, we are… Expand
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