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Christianity and Environment @ First Church of Berkeley

In the second of the First Congregational Church of Berkeley’s series titled, “Interfaith Perspectives on the Environment,” I had the opportunity to sit down with Marilyn Matevia, a recent PhD from the Graduate Theological Union in ethics and social theory. We discussed the theological interpretations of environmentalism as rooted in the Bible, as well as […]

August 4th

Creation and Created in Orthodox Understanding

Originally posted on the Diocese of Alaska website The following lecture was given by His Grace Bishop David at the General Conference of the Yukon Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church held in Wasilla, Alaska on Saturday, March 1, 2014.  Today, I would like to give you three references that should help you to understand what we […]

April 9th

Make a Spiritual Connection to the Environment

Being an environmentalist is sometimes depressing. We are told that the oceans are rising, the planet is heating, our forests are dying, our polar bears are drowning, our water is drying up, and our air is becoming more and more toxic to breathe.  We try to do our part by recycling and carpooling, but we’re […]

November 25th