Food and Faith

Food and Faith Author Norman Wirzba
ISBN-10 9780521195508
Release 2011-05-23
Pages 244
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A comprehensive theological framework for assessing the significance of eating, demonstrating that eating is of profound economic, moral and theological significance.



Food and Faith in Christian Culture

Food and Faith in Christian Culture Author Ken Albala
ISBN-10 9780231520799
Release 2011-12-27
Pages 272
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Without a uniform dietary code, Christians around the world used food in strikingly different ways, developing widely divergent practices that spread, nurtured, and strengthened their religious beliefs and communities. These never-before published essays map the intersection of food and faith over the past five centuries, charting the complex relationship between religious eating habits and politics, social structure and culture. Theoretically rich and full of engaging portraits, essays consider the rise of food buying and consumerism in the fourteenth century, the Reformation ideology of fasting and its resulting sanctions against sumptuous eating, the gender and racial politics of sacramental food production in colonial America, and the struggle to define “enlightened” Lenten dietary restrictions in early modern France. Essays on the nineteenth century explore the religious implications of wheat growing and breadmaking among New Zealand’s Maori population and the revival of the Agape meal, or love feast, among American brethren in Christ Church. Twentieth-century topics include the metaphysical significance of vegetarianism, the role of diet in Greek Orthodoxy, American Christian weight loss programs, and the practice of silent eating rituals among English Benedictine monks. Two essays introduce the volume, with one explaining the important themes tying all the essays together, and the other surveying food’s part in developing and disseminating the teachings of Christianity and its tangible embodiment of the experience of faith.



Food and Faith

Food and Faith Author Michael Schut
ISBN-10 9780819227355
Release 2010-05-01
Pages 296
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From the creator of the bestseller, Simpler Living, Compassionate Life: A Christian Perspective, comes Food and Faith. Food is itself a joyful gift – recall how the gift of food so often mediates the sanctity and preciousness of life. This new collection of reflections by Wendell Berry, Bill McKibben, Elizabeth Johnson, Alan Durning and others helps readers consider the moral, spiritual and economic implications of eating. Readings focus on the enjoyment and spirituality of good food, ways in which eating connects us to the land and to each other, and on the economic, environmental and cultural impacts of daily food choices. Food and Faith also includes an eight-week study guide for groups or individuals, which leads to action: setting a table that is healthy, joyful and just.



Let s Eat

Let s Eat Author Lori Stein
ISBN-10 9781442271043
Release 2017-11-16
Pages 288
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The food that Jewish people eat is part of our connection to our faith, culture, and history. Not only is Jewish food comforting and delicious, it’s also a link to every facet of Judaism. By learning about and cooking traditional Jewish dishes, we can understand fundamentals such as kashrut, community, and diversity. And Jewish history is so connected to food that one comedian said that the story of Judaism can be condensed into nine words: They tried to kill us. We survived. Let’s eat. Let’s Eat follows the calendar of Jewish holidays to include food from the many different Jewish communities around the world; in doing so, it brings the values that are the foundation of Judaism into focus. It also covers the way these foods have ended up on the Jewish menu and how Jews, as they wandered through the world, have influenced and been influenced by other nations and cuisines. Including over 40 recipes, this delicious review of the role of food in Jewish life offers a lively history alongside the traditions of one of the world’s oldest faiths.



Soil and Sacrament

Soil and Sacrament Author Fred Bahnson
ISBN-10 9781451663303
Release 2013-08-06
Pages 288
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Recounts the author's experiences founding a faith-based community garden in rural North Carolina, and emphasizes how growing one's own food can help readers reconnect with the land and divine faith.



Harvesting Abundance

Harvesting Abundance Author Brian Sellers-Petersen
ISBN-10 9780819233097
Release 2017-05
Pages 160
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Many congregations, schools, and organizations are reaching out into their neighborhoods to share God’s story of abundance by establishing community gardens, beehive colonies, and other agricultural initiatives. They are creatively using their land and property; providing training, inspiration, and cross-cultural experiences for all ages; while at the same time feeding the hungry and building community relationships. Too often food banks only take non-perishables loaded with preservatives and sodium. Church entities involved in agricultural ministries are able to provide healthy food from their gardens to feeding programs, food pantries, and others in need. This book tells the tale of 25 such communities in story and image. An inspiration for others to develop such projects, food and faith can go hand-in-hand as we get our hands dirty while learning more about what Genesis 2 describes as God “planted” a garden. Gardening can be seen on the rooftop of a church in the city, beehives in the midst of a seminary, or a local community garden alongside the church’s parking lot. Discover where this movement is alive and growing, and find ideas for starting your own “food and faith” initiative in your own backyard, roof, or front porch.



Hunger for Justice

Hunger for Justice Author Jack A. Nelson
ISBN-10 UOM:39015020771922
Release 1980
Pages 230
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Hunger for Justice has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Hunger for Justice also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Hunger for Justice book for free.



Food Farming and Faith

Food  Farming  and Faith Author Gary W. Fick
ISBN-10 9780791478554
Release 2012-04-24
Pages 223
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Using scripture and science, a Christian agricultural scientist presents an ethic of farming that promotes good food and a healthy environment.



Food and Faith

Food and Faith Author Wendy Whiteside
ISBN-10 1933663324
Release 2009
Pages 183
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Food and Faith has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Food and Faith also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Food and Faith book for free.



The Catholic Table Finding Joy Where Food and Faith Meet

The Catholic Table  Finding Joy Where Food and Faith Meet Author Emily Stimpson Chapman
ISBN-10 9781945125072
Release 2016-10-01
Pages 188
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The Catholic Table Finding Joy Where Food and Faith Meet has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Catholic Table Finding Joy Where Food and Faith Meet also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Catholic Table Finding Joy Where Food and Faith Meet book for free.



Food Feasts and Faith An Encyclopedia of Food Culture in World Religions 2 volumes

Food  Feasts  and Faith  An Encyclopedia of Food Culture in World Religions  2 volumes Author Paul Fieldhouse
ISBN-10 9781610694124
Release 2017-04-17
Pages 720
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An indispensable resource for exploring food and faith, this two-volume set offers information on food-related religious beliefs, customs, and practices from around the world. • Provides up-to-date factual information, introduces concepts of food as being more than just nutrients, and enables an understanding of diverse religious traditions and the importance of food in people's lives • Includes coverage of less well-known rituals and religions that are often skipped in world religion texts • Presents material in a way that is accessible to readers without previous exposure to, or command of, sociological or anthropological language and concepts



Studies in Food and Faith

Studies in Food and Faith Author James B. Jordan
ISBN-10 OCLC:23157865
Release 1989
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Studies in Food and Faith has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Studies in Food and Faith also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Studies in Food and Faith book for free.



Food Faith and Fun

Food  Faith and Fun Author Zondervan,
ISBN-10 9780310758747
Release 2016-02-02
Pages 160
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Stir Up Some Food, Fun & Faith in the Kitchen Grab your apron and a friend or two and cook up some tasty treats and yummy eats. With step-by-step instructions and photos good enough to make your mouth water, this cookbook helps you master simple recipes, impressive main courses, and elegant deserts, including: Homemade Hot Pretzels Toffee Tarts White Chicken Chili Mango Chicken Quesadillas Best Friend Cupcakes Soups, smoothies, holiday recipes, and much more—some contributed from other Faithgirlz just like you. Plus, you’ll also experience cooking as a memory-making, God-honoring, wonderful way to share and serve delicious food with those you love. So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God. —1 Corinthians 10:31



The Eyes of a Chef

The Eyes of a Chef Author Fred Raynaud
ISBN-10 0989281167
Release 2014-07-12
Pages 162
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"Eyes of a Chef" is not a cookbook. You won't find any recipes between its pages. What you will find is a look at Christ and the dynamic themes of Christianity through the lens of cookery and the kitchen. The book is more of a devotional than topical in nature. The book takes you on a parabolic journey where culinary tales and life experiences reflect the dynamic truth of Scripture. It is a journey into the realm of the culinary arts with our eyes turned upward, towards Christ and His kingdom. It is a look at Christ as well as creation. It is a buffet table full of little morsels, chapters to cause you to ponder upon the richness of all that Christ is, as seen through the eyes of a Chef. Each chapter is named after a Biblical concept or theme with the subtitle pointing to the culinary lens that illustrates that truth. Dive in and enjoy. I pray that the Lord will bless you as you sift through the issues of life.



Introduction to the US Food System

Introduction to the US Food System Author Roni Neff
ISBN-10 9781118913055
Release 2014-10-08
Pages 576
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A public health approach to the US food system Introduction to the US Food System: Public Health, Environment, and Equity is a comprehensive and engaging textbook that offers students an overview of today's US food system, with particular focus on the food system's interrelationships with public health, the environment, equity, and society. Using a classroom-friendly approach, the text covers the core content of the food system and provides evidence-based perspectives reflecting the tremendous breadth of issues and ideas important to understanding today's US food system. The book is rich with illustrative examples, case studies, activities, and discussion questions. The textbook is a project of the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF), and builds upon the Center's educational mission to examine the complex interrelationships between diet, food production, environment, and human health to advance an ecological perspective in reducing threats to the health of the public, and to promote policies that protect health, the global environment, and the ability to sustain life for future generations. Issues covered in Introduction to the US Food System include food insecurity, social justice, community and worker health concerns, food marketing, nutrition, resource depletion, and ecological degradation. Presents concepts on the foundations of the US food system, crop production, food system economics, processing and packaging, consumption and overconsumption, and the environmental impacts of food Examines the political factors that influence food and how it is produced Ideal for students and professionals in many fields, including public health, nutritional science, nursing, medicine, environment, policy, business, and social science, among others Introduction to the US Food System presents a broad view of today's US food system in all its complexity and provides opportunities for students to examine the food system's stickiest problems and think critically about solutions.



The Other Journal The Food and Flourishing Issue

The Other Journal  The Food and Flourishing Issue Author Christopher J. Keller
ISBN-10 9781610978866
Release 2012-01-18
Pages 156
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Issue #19 ofÊThe Other JournalÊexamines our complex relationships with food from a theological bent. The thoughtful contributors to this issue take us to Middle Earth and the Romanian city of Constanta. They swing by swank Manhattan bistros and raucous NFL stadiums on game-day. But most importantly, they return us to the communion table and to that first garden where God walked with us and gave us the gift of his creation. The issue features essays by Elizabeth L. Antus, Peter M. Candler Jr., William T. Cavanaugh, Matthew Dickerson, David Grumett, Ryan Harper, Chelle Stearns, Stephen H. Webb, and David Williams; interviews by Daniel Bowman Jr., Heather Smith Stringer, and Jon Tschanz with John Leax, Lee Price, and Norman Wirzba; and creative writing, poetry, and art by Chris Anderson, B. L. Gentry, John Leax, Katherine Lo, Robert Hill Long, Lee Price, and Alissa Wilkinson.



Nourished

Nourished Author Lia Huber
ISBN-10 9780451498823
Release 2017-10-24
Pages 320
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A noted entrepreneur, food writer, and recipe developer serves up an evocative adventure story abouther quest to find healing, meaning, and a place at the table. Hunger comes to us in many forms, writes Lia Huber—we long to be satisfied not just physically, but emotionally and spiritually as well. Nourished invites readers on Huber’s world-roaming search to find the necessary ingredients to nurture all three. She begins her quest with an Anthony Bourdain moment in a Guatemalan village: she's slipping fresh vegetables into a communal pot of soup she's cooking up for chronically undernourished children. Village grannies look on disapprovingly... until the kids come back for more. From there, Huber takes readers to the Greek island of Corfu, where she learns the joys of simple food and the power of unconditional love; to a Costa Rican jungle house (by way of an 8,000-mile road trip), where she finds hope and healing; and finally to California's wine country, where she steps into the person she was meant to be and discovers her calling to nourish others.