Through our Creation Care programs, Sojourners is living out the biblical call of stewardship by working with a diverse group of partners to educate Christians about the need to reverse climate change, advance policies that prioritize clean air and water, and promote individual and legislative actions that support efficient, sustainable, and renewable energy sources.
The Role of the Black Church in Combatting Climate Change
The #blacklivesmatter movement is about more than an end to police brutality; it is call for the health, wholeness, and vitality of all black communities and a world in which black lives are no longer systemically and intentional targeted for demise. This includes an account of the physical environment in which black communities reside.
Pope Francis isn’t shy about tackling controversial topics or upending conventional orthodoxies about Catholics and politics.
Our ability to make meaningful collective moral decision requires us to be able to first have enough common moral language to have a conversation. This might be a good place to start.
The summit, arranged by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, is the prologue to Pope Francis’ June encyclical.
When facing a crisis, silence is certainly easiest. But silence isn’t best. As we face some very challenging environmental issues, evangelicals must learn to begin to discuss the environmental crisis with creativity and integrity.
Of the 13 major Christian investment companies we studied, not a single one offers a way for their members to opt out of fossil fuels. Let’s call on these investment companies to create a way for their millions of members to stop funding climate change.
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