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A reminder of what’s worth saving
Elizabeth Weinberg’s call to climate action highlights the interconnection of all things.
by Victoria Wick
Looking to heaven without looking past earth
In the Christian imagination, the two rightly go together.
by Jonathan Tran
The blue-and-green-marbled planet is trying her best to restore stability.
by Katharine M. Preston
Environmental injustice and who it hurts the most
Melanie Harris claims that abuse of the earth parallels the injustices faced by women of color.
by Lauren D. Sawyer
The weight mother! bears
Darren Aronofsky's title character is the divine feminine, Mary, and Spirit; she's a little bit Gaia and a whole lot of the Feminine Principle.
by Kathryn Reklis
Ecclesiastes for the ecclesia
A wisdom ecclesiology embraces the church’s earthly context—but without romanticizing it.
by Amy Plantinga Pauw
There is too much carbon in the atmosphere. What if one of the most compelling responses is to restore the carbon in the ground beneath our feet?
by Norman Wirzba
To say "earth to earth" is a good thing, we have to believe it's really going to happen.
by Richard Lischer
While Christian scholars have long questioned body-soul dualism, it remains common in church circles. This may finally be changing.
by Rodney Clapp