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Dr Hilary Marlow lectures in Old Testament and Biblical Hebrew in the Faculty of Divinity of the University of Cambridge and, from time to time, in the Cambridge Theological Federation. Until Sept 2009 she was a full time Research Associate in Theology and Science at the Faraday Institute, and she continues to be involved in a joint project with the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics entitled "Hope for creation: a biblical vision for contemporary environmental policy". She has a particular interest in religious, especially Christian, motivations for environmental concern and is currently working (among other things) on a book exploring the Bible's portrayal of relationship between human beings and the natural world. Her PhD from the University of Cambridge examined the Old Testament prophets in the light of contemporary environmental ethics and is now published by Oxford University Press. She also hold honours degrees in Biblical Studies from Kings College London and Social Sciences from the University of Manchester. For the past ten years she has been very involved in the Christian environmental charity, A Rocha and she is a Director of the John Ray Initiative. She regularly speaks to lay and specialist audiences on Christian faith and the environment.