Category Archives: Green

Sightings: Global Warming and American Christianity

Religion scholar Martin Marty on the Tea Party’s take on global warming. Read his column at the jump.

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Day of Prayer for the Gulf

New Freedom pastor Mitch Hescox is urging churches to take part in a National Day of Prayer for the Gulf on Sunday. Hescox is head of the Evangelical Environmental Network and traveled to the Gulf last month to see how … Continue reading

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EPA urging Amish farmers to reduce run-off

The federal government has a program to work with Amish farmers in Lancaster County in an effort to restore the Chesapeake Bay to good health, the NYT reports. The county ranks at the top of the list of counties that … Continue reading

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Green-letter Christians on creation

New for the green-minded Christians out there, “The Green Bible” is available from publisher HarperOne. “The Green Bible” (using the New Revised Standard Version) highlights Scriptural passages related to “creation care” in green, soy-based ink. Its pages are 10 percent … Continue reading

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Check back later in the month for the launch of our new religion and ethics blog. In the meantime, you can find coverage of faith-related news here.

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