What's It Like to be a Dog?
In Appreciation of John Bradshaw's Work with Dogs
Essays in JJB on Dogs
She is a Benefit to Herself, by Rabbi Bradley Artson
Dogs and Divinity, by Bruce Epperly and Jay McDaniel
Becoming the Person my Dog Thinks I Am, by Jay McDaniel
What does Process Theology say about Dogs?
Some of my favorite scriptural passages involve the affirmation that God has an intimate relationship with the non-human world. Psalm 150 proclaims, “Let everything that breathes praise God.” Romans 8 speaks of all creation groaning in quest of wholeness, and suggests that the same spirit that moves through non-human life also speaks in sighs too deep for words in our own experience.
Terry Gross interviews John Bradshaw