Christian Environmentalists: Part II Stewardship

Published on November 4th, 2013 | by

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Christian stewardship is the most commonly recognized view of Christian environmentalism.  Basically, stewardship is a recognition that humans do not rule the Earth.  Although in Genesis God gives us “dominion,” God still retains absolute dominion over creation. For the land is mine; for ye are strangers and sojourners with me.  And in all the land […]

Yosemite: A Holy Temple

Published on October 24th, 2013 | by

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Yosemite is a song. Turning off Highway 99 towards Mariposa you hear the introductory bars that build the song’s suspense.  Rolling golden fields stretch out on both sides of the country road.  The sun is behind you and the cool mountain air is in front.  You get to Mariposa and head towards the Park.  The […]

Hey! Environmentalism Is a Christian Value Too!

Published on October 19th, 2013 | by

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Last weekend Christian conservatives and fundamentalist republicans gathered at the Value Voters Conference in DC.  The agenda was… interesting.  Sessions included:  Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition! and The War on Football:  Saving America’s Game.  It’s hard to see how Christianity, guns, and football are related, but maybe I’d be more enlightened if I’d […]

Welcome to EdenKeeper!

Published on October 18th, 2013 | by

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Welcome to EdenKeeper, the newest addition to the Important Media Network! EdenKeeper is here to explore the relationship between faith and environmentalism. We’ll discuss how environmentalism is not just a political issue, but a moral value supported by religious texts. We’ll also take a hard look at the many ways religion in practice both helps […]