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Published Articles

Guess, Deborah (2017) An Ecotheological Exploration of the Thought of Arthur Peacocke. Journal of Anglican Studies. x-xx. ISSN 1740-3553

Dyer, Keith; Elvey, Anne and Guess, Deborah (2016) ‘Ecological Aspects of War—Imagining Creaturely Mission’. Australian Journal of Mission Studies, 10 (2). pp. 40-48. ISSN 1834-4682

Guess, Deborah (2016) The Theistic Naturalism of Arthur Peacocke as a Framework for Ecological Theology. Phronema, 31 (2). pp. 63-84. ISSN ISSN 0819-4920

Book Chapters

Elvey, Anne; Guess, Deborah and Dyer, Keith (2016) Ecological Aspects of War: Religious and Theological Perspectives from Australia: Introduction. In: Ecological Aspects of War: Religious and Theological Perspectives. A Forum for Theology in the World (3.2). ATF Theology, Adelaide, pp. 1-8. ISBN 9781925643206

Guess, Deborah (2015) The Desert Fathers and Mothers. In: Heroes of the faith. Garratt Publishing, Mulgrave, pp. 69-73. ISBN 9781925009866

Guess, Deborah (2013) Deep Incarnation: A Resource for Ecological Christology. In: Climate change, cultural change : religious responses and responsibilities. Wipf & Stock, Eugene, pp. 107-117. ISBN 9781625645081

Books / Monographs

Elvey, Anne; Dyer, Keith and Guess, Deborah (2017) Ecological Aspects of War: Engagements with Biblical Texts. Bloomsbury T and T Clark, London. 206pp. ISBN 9780567676399

Elvey, Anne; Guess, Deborah and Dyer, Keith (2016) Ecological Aspects of War: Religious and Theological Perspectives. A Forum for Theology in the World, 3 (2). ATF Theology, Adelaide. 163pp. ISBN 9781925643206

Theses

Guess, Deborah (2014) God so loved the cosmos: an ecotheological discussion of the Incarnation, with reference to the thought of Norman Pittenger and Arthur Peacocke. Doctor of Philosophy thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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