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There are 5 comments on Christianity Can Be Good for the Environment

  1. Hello Rebecca,

    I appreciate your article and your approach to how this endeavor may be actualized throughout Christian institutions.

    I just wanted to add that Eastern Orthodox Christians, of which I am, do indeed stress the theological and anthropological responsibility to be environmentally concerned. Our Patriarch, Bartholomew, has been entitled “The Green Patriarch”.

    It is, however, unfortunate, that even in our churches that stress it’s dire importance, many continue to dismiss our duty and the clearly articulated facts in what we as humans are responsible for, in terms of our planet.

  2. You mention Hispanic Catholics, black Protestants, white Protestants etc..
    What we’re rates for hispanic protestants, Catholic whites and catholic blacks?

  3. Hello, a great display of the followers of the creator not negating their saviors works right from the foundations. I am a student at Kenya Methodist university and an Orthodox priest. I am so concern of how an aware Christians are in matters climate change as well as the available solutions that are again very capitalist and elitist. We have done an ecumenical journey of environmental issues under international Ecumenical movement Kenya chapter and back to basic and there is alot to learn. I hope we can find ways to come together and make a difference as a church and not churches (denominational interests) which is a sad reality any way. Lenten blessings 2022

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