Monday, April 23, 2018

Deconstructing Our Anthropocentric Ecological Consumption
Deconstructing Our Anthropocentric Ecological Consumption

By: Mitch Randall
Anthropocentric attitudes and actions have led humanity to conclude that the world was created for our unrestricted and unending consumption. This Earth Day, let us remember our place within God's creation.

Facing Up to the Reality of Climate Change
Facing Up to the Reality of Climate Change

By: Gary McManus
Has the climate always changed? Yes, but that change typically occurs slowly over thousands to millions of years. However, rapid climate change can be highly disruptive to life. And ample evidence reveals that's happening.

Pastors Share How Their Churches Support Creation Care
Pastors Share How Their Churches Support Creation Care

By: Zach Dawes
Many churches support creation care but aren't sure where to start or what to do to make a difference. If your church needs some inspiration, here are ideas on what other congregations are doing.

Not Quite Ruined by the Fall
Not Quite Ruined by the Fall

By: Molly T. Marshall
A persisting theological question is what actually happened to our forebears as sin entered the world. While some speak of "total depravity," a more accurate picture is no part of us is untouched by sin.

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Calling All Social Justice Investors and Practitioners

By: Mitch Randall
EthicsDaily.com is seeking courageous investors who want to combine theoretical and applied ethics into an ecumenical Christian movement for social justice. Learn how you can join us.




 

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Jeremy Bell: Thomas Paine's Words for Today

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Jeremy Bell, new general secretary of the North American Baptist Fellowship, recalls a quote from Thomas Paine that is applicable today. Follow NABF on Twitter: @NABF.



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