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Move Over Tree Houses, Here Come Tree Churches

Photo Credit: Tree Church Unlike most 10-year-old boys who dream of being firefighters, astronauts, or Spiderman, New Zealander Barry Cox wanted to be pope. Little did he know that he would grow up to be an inspiration in a different way. With the Earth as his landscape and its gifts as his tools, Cox created […]

July 14th

The Religious Roots of American Environmentalism

The following is reprinted with permission from Religion Dispatches. Follow RD on Facebook or Twitter for daily updates and be sure to check out RD’s cool, new science section, The Cubit, which examines the intersection between science, religion, technology, and ethics. By Lauren Sutton What do the Mad Max franchise, protests of the Keystone pipeline, and […]

June 16th

Hinduism Verses of God, Creation, and Mother Nature

In EdenKeeper’s Saturday exploration of sacred scriptures related to the environment, nature, the Creator, and creation, this week we turn to Hinduism for beautiful inspiration and appreciation. Certainly it is an oversimplification to skim wikipedia for a brief concept of Hinduism, but in my attempt to gain familiarity, I hope my meager effort will be […]

January 10th

Creation in the Christian New Testament Bible

There’s only one Earth, and to protect it from the damages that human beings are inflicting upon it, we must compel ourselves and each other to work together. Adopting a common purpose to protect our environment among people who are widely differing may not seem like an easy task. But understanding and accepting people with […]

December 13th

Happy Birthday to EdenKeeper!

Happy Birthday EdenKeeper! It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since EdenKeeper launched. As a new blogger, I remember feeling a bit over my head trying to grasp simple concepts like SEO and Google Analytics. But I was just as passionate as I am now to convey EdenKeeper’s message. This past year we’ve magnified the […]

November 25th

Sukkot’s Powerful Lessons of Humility and Simplicity

“The Lord said to Moses, ‘Say to the Israelites: On the fifteenth day of the seventh month the Lord’s Festival of Tabernacles begins, and it lasts for seven days.” (Leviticus 23:33-34.) Today is the first full day of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, or The Festival of Tabernacles. The holiday, which began at sundown yesterday, […]

October 9th