Eco-Justice Ministries
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The Eco-Justice Ministries Quotation Library
Selection Options

The quotation library currently contains 434 quotations and excerpts from a wide variety of authors and sources. They have been gathered together to assist you in understanding and communicating principles important to eco-justice in a church context.

There are four different ways to access the quotation library. Please select one option from the list below:

  1. Browse the entire colletion of quotations
  2. Select from a listing of authors
  3. Search for a word or phrase
  4. See a randomly selected quotation

See the bottom of this page for information on copyright and fair use of these quotations.

BROWSE
Browse the entire collection of quotations

How do you want to order the listing?
      by author's name
      by date posted (newest first)

How many listings do you want per page?
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AUTHOR
Select from a listing of authors

A list of all authors is given, with the number of quotations from each.
Selecting a name from that list will display all quotations by that author.

SEARCH
Search for a word or phrase

Enter a single word or a phrase in the box below.
You will see all quotes which contain that exact search string.
Do not enter multiple words unless they form a phrase!

How do you want to order the listing?
      by author's name
      by date posted (newest first)

How many listings do you want per page?
      5     10     15     20

RANDOM
Display a random quotation

Be surprised! Let the computer pick a quote for you!
You will see a different quotation each time you select this option.

The quotes contained in this collection have been gathered from numerous sources. In selecting these short pieces of text, it has been our intention to meet the "fair use" provisions of US copyright law. While those provisions are notoriously vague, we believe that these quotations: (1) are short enough to be considered "minor extracts", and (2) do not constitute the "core" of the parent works. Further, the way these quotations are presented precludes their being indexed by Internet search engines, which limits the sense in which any quotation is "published".

If the copyright holder for any source work from which a quotation was taken belives our use to be a violation of the fair use provision, we encourage you to contact us with your concerns.

We encourage the visitors to our website to make use of these quotations in building their understanding of eco-justice, and in non-commercial uses such as sermons, church bulletins and newsletters.


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Home Page: www.eco-justice.org   *   E-mail: ministry@eco-justice.org