While many people were surprised by the Obama Administration’s work stoppage on the pipeline, this action represents one significant example of how the government can play an important role in long-term social change. [Read more…]
Christians ought to have a Trinitarian understanding of moral obligations that exist in relation to God, to one another, and to creation.
Swiffers represent all that is disordered about US American consumerism. [Read more…]
My point is to prompt us to rightly identify the problem we face as a human community confronting the threat of climate change. [Read more…]
It’s springtime in North Carolina. Between the redbuds, dogwoods, azaleas, wisteria, lily of the valley, and the wild violets – my yard is a riot of color. This is the time of year when my girls and I gather wild violets and make violet jelly to enjoy with our tea and scones and when we [Read More…]
Click here to read my review of Michael Northcott’s new book titled, A Political Theology of Climate Change in The Christian Century. [Read more…]