Christian Ecology


Christian Ecology
Interfaith Center for Sustainability Development posted a Christian ecology statement, based on the 1995 Windsor Statements, on their website. The following is an excerpt discussing the challenges that have persisted over time with regard to the care for creation:

"In the words of the Orthodox Patriarchate, ‘This may well mean that just as a shepherd will in times of greatest hazard lay down his life for his flock, so human beings may need to forego part of their wants and needs in order that the survival of the natural world can be assured.'

The challenge to all Christians is to discover anew the truth that God’s love and liberation is for all creation, not just humanity, and to seek new ways of living that restore balance and hope of life to the endangered planet."
Christian Ecology
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Official Religious/Denominational (Environmental Statements)
english Sustainability
english Ecological Restoration
english Simplicity and Mindfulness

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Engaged Organizations: Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development Organization