Sunday, April 22, 2012

Earth Day


Over the last year I've tried to make posts reflecting on Creation and the Church's relationship to it a priority on the wardrobe. This is a matter that, in some quarters, is entirely overlooked, despite its recurrence throughout the Bible and its particular relevance in our time. (Of course, in other communities people likely attend to care of creation too much, to the detriment of other, crucial concerns.) So with Earth Day coming up this Tuesday, April 24th, I thought I'd offer up a few of these posts again--take some time today to think about God's purposes for His Creation, besides humanity, and how you ought to relate to the world and creatures around you.




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