Reduce, Reuse, Redeem?
But for the Lenten season of 2018, the Church of England did something a little different: it gave up plastic.Abigail Bezrutczyk | Cornell Claritas | Fall 2018
An Interview with Jonathan Moo
"I think the reason Christians care for creation can be summarized by loving God and loving our neighbor, and in the process discovering who we were created to be."Siobhan McDonough | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2017
As both a Christian and a long-time lover of nature, this article will seek to present why Christians should promote environmental stewardship.Marta Galambos | Cal Poly Aletheia | Spring 2018
The Manna of Human Rights
As aforementioned, the lack of a solid foundation for human rights and dignity provides leeway for human rights violations and impunity for perpetrators of atrocities.Aurora Ling | UC Berkeley TAUG | Fall 2016
An Interview with Tim Nelson: Christianity and Social Justice
"The pattern of the world is to segregate, to separate, to dominate, for people to try to get as much as they can for themselves."Karl Johnson | The Hopkins Dialectic | Spring 2016
For the Good of All Creation: A Christian Ecological Ethic
Ecological crisis, whether as dramatic as some predict or not, means we must reconsider the beliefs implicit in a system that exploits humans, creatures, and natural resources.Nicole Newell | St. Olaf Avodah | Spring 2015
Is God Green?
One practical application of creation care is to think about agricultural systems that are sustainable and able to provide for people’s needs.Kristy Perano | The Cornell Claritas | Fall 2015
Starting at the Beginning of Justice
As God made it good, we are charged in that way to seek and uphold the good in our aspirations for justice in all of its expressions on our campus – economic justice, environmental justice, and social justice.Amanda Perkins | The Bowdoin Agathos | Spring 2015