After a hiatus of a few months, The Evangelical Ecologist (The world isn’t ours to mess up – Psalm 24:1) is back into blogging.
Here are a couple of recent posts:
Protecting your health and the environment at the same time
Wolves out of the woods — what happens when the Endangered Species Act works?
Grace and Peace
2 thoughts on “The Evangelical Ecologist”
We just started our own blog a few months ago. It URL is
discovered your website when Google Alerts sent me one of your posts.
We seem to be fellow travelers. The Network Alliance of Congregations Caring for Earth was initally incorporated in 1984 as the North American Conference for Christianity and Ecology. We had over 500 attendees at our founding conference in Indiana in 1987 and are the first of the Christian ecology groups. Among our founding Board members are such luminaries as Thomas Berry, Cal DeWitt and Fred Kreuger.
Let’s stay in touch. We’re about to undertake a new project: identifying all known groups working in this field. We have a list of several hundred leads to follow-up on. Let me know if you’d like a copy of the list.
If you have any you’d like to add, please let me know.
Thanks for your work in this area.
Thanks again for the shout-out!
Blogrolled NACCE this morning.