September 16, 2014

Humility, Prudence, and Earth Day

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Source: Acton Institute | John Couretas At a World Council of Churches conference last year on the French-Swiss border, much was made of the “likelihood of mass population displacement” driven by climate change and the mass migration of people fleeing zones inundated by rising seas. While the WCC acknowledged that “there are no solid estimates” about the likely numbers … [Read more...]

British Bishops Urge ‘Carbon Fast’ for Lent

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Pity these poor guys, trying so hard to remain relevant -- and even then they are months behind. LONDON (AP) -- Several prominent Anglican British bishops are urging Christians to keep their carbon consumption in check this Lent. The 40-day period of penitence before Easter typically sees observant Catholics, Anglicans, and Orthodox Christians give up meat, alcohol or chocolates. But this … [Read more...]

Fundamentalism: It’s Not Just for Right Wing Christians Anymore

On the Acton Institute's PowerBlog, John Couretas has a good post (Got a feelin' of Eco-Justice?) response to "the cascading daily disclosures of Climategate . . . global warming alarmist operating within the progressive/liberal precincts of churches and their activist organizations" have taken to dismissing science and playing " the theology card!" … [Read more...]

Patriarch Bartholomew on World Environment Day

Message from His All Holiness (June 5, 2009). The patriarch's full text follows: Today’s World Environment Day is an opportunity as well as an invitation for all of us, irrespective of religious background, to consider the ecological crisis. In our time, more than ever before, there is an undeniable obligation for all to understand that environmental concern for our planet does not … [Read more...]

Hope for the Future!(?)

The Manifesto is blessed

In Sweden, the Interfaith Climate Summit has issued forth with the The Uppsala Interfaith Climate Manifesto, a perfectly ordinary amalgam of religious sentiment and environmental alarmism typical of ecumenical groups. Which is to say that there's precious little political, economic or scientific insight in the broadside from Uppsala. Of course, there's no indication from the summit's participants … [Read more...]