Religion and the Reality of Climate Change

By QR Blog Editor 12-11-2012

 

The religious implications of climate change are becoming evermore clear, as the topic makes its way into mainstream America. 

The Huffington Post reports:

Indeed, what role do religion and theology play in the accelerating conversation about climate change? This has been a banner year for extreme weather events -- from severe drought in the American Midwest to the wildfire siege in Colorado to the "Frankenstorm" of Hurricane Sandy fueled by a warming Atlantic Ocean -- which have helped the reality of climate change to register on the consciousness of most people.

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