Creation Care and Environmental Racism
from Episcopal Creation Care Ministry
Out now and available online, the spring issue "All Things Hold Together: Intersections in Creation Care" is a fantastic new resource written in partnership with the Episcopal Church Task Force on the Care of Creation and Environmental Racism. The spring issue of the Anglican Theological Review addresses the connections between environmental theology and questions of social, political, and economic justice; racism, sexism, and settler colonialism; and practical theologies of activism and advocacy.
Access the full resource, and consider subscribing to the Review. We will continue to highlight the wisdom from this resource in the months ahead!
The issue contains:
- The word of God for safeguarding creation: Bible-based reflections to reestablish the God–humanity–creation covenant, by Richard Acosta. Available in English and Spanish.
- When creation is sacred: restoring the indigenous Jesus by Rachel K. Taber-Hamilton. Available here.
- Listening to the land: eco-rooted activism at the Charis community in Charlottesville, Virginia by Grace Aheron. Available here.
- And more including fantastic poetry and book reviews!