Sturm College of Law
Religious practices, Environmental harms
Thank you for the opportunity to participate in the symposium and provide comments about Jay Wexler’s great new book, When God Isn’t Green. Given that Jay is both a humorist and a serious legal scholar with a penchant for taking trips, it should come as no surprise that this book reads like a mix between a travel guide, a humorous ethnography, and an adventure memoir. In addition to raising important questions about conflicts between two important, competing issues, Jay provides vivid imagery of his trips overseas. I especially appreciated the image of Jay sitting at a bar drinking with a cat.
Originally published as Sarah B. Schindler, Comments on When God Isn't Green, 96 Bos. Univ. L. Rev. Annex 1 (2016), https://www.bu.edu/bulawreview/bulronline/schindler-when-god-isnt-green/.
Sarah B. Schindler, Comments on When God Isn't Green, 96 Bos. Univ. L. Rev. Annex 1 (2016).