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Clive Ayre (2008). Approach to Ecological Mission in and Through the Christian Community in Australia: Beyond Apathy to Committed Action PhD Thesis, History Philosophy Religion and Classics, The University of Queensland. 665 40
Ayre, Clive (2012) Christian faith and the Earth: a regional response to a global issue. Australian Journal of Mission Studies, 6 1: 20-27. 36 5
Ayre, Clive W. (2013). Climate change and a climate of change in the church. In Anne Elvey and David Gormley-O'Brien (Ed.), Climate Change: Cultural Change. Religious Responses and Responsibilities (pp. 48-61) Preston, VIC, Australia: Mosaic Press. 40 5
Ayre, Clive W. (2013). Divine grace and creation care. In Sean Winter (Ed.), Immense, Unfathomed, Unconfined: The Grace of God in Creation, Church and Community. Essays in Honour of Norman Young (pp. 141-154) Preston, VIC, Australia: Uniting Academic Press. 30 4
Ayre, Clive Earth, faith and mission: the theology and practice of earthcare. Preston, VIC, Australia: Mosaic Press, 2013. 45 11
Ayre, Clive W. (2010) Eco-salvation: The redemption of all creation. Worldviews, 14 2-3: 232-242. doi:10.1163/156853510X507338 24   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Ayre, Clive W. (2011) God, creation and care. Cross Purposes, 23: 3-7. 25 1
Ayre, Clive (2012) Mainstreaming eco mission: Uniting around a global issue. Uniting Theology and Church, 8: . 35 3
Ayre, Clive (2009) The Church in the eco crisis. Australian Journal of Mission Studies, 3 1: 13-16. 21  
Ayre, Clive W. (2011). Water: More than a symbol. In Norman Habel and Peter Trudinger (Ed.), Water: A matter of life and death (pp. 49-61) Hindmarsh, S.A., Australia: ATF Press. 86 8
Ayre, Clive W. (2014). Where on earth is the church? Theological reflection on the nature, mission, governance and ministry of the church. In Ernst M. Conradie, Sigurd Bergmann, Celia Deane-Drummond and Denis Edwards (Ed.), Christian faith and the earth: current paths and emerging horizons in ecotheology (pp. 137-156) London, United Kingdom: Bloomsbury T&T Clark. doi:10.5040/ 18 5 0