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Creation Dreams and Ecological Nightmares

It seems to me that the environmental crisis is, at heart, a failure and a perversion of the human imagination. Our imaginations have been taken captive by an ecocidal ideology of economic growth that invariably will render us homeless in a world not fit for habitation. If imagination is the issue, then a redirection of our lives towards creation care will not emerge out of statistics of ecological despoliation, as important as those statistics might be. What we need is…
Brian Walsh
February 1, 2011

There’s No Place Like Home

Steve Bouma-Prediger If you ever met them, you wouldn't think that Kenneth and Kenny share much more than their names. But even their names are different. No one would ever call Kenneth "Kenny" and "Kenneth" doesn't even appear on Kenny's birth certificate. No, Kenny was Kenny from the beginning. There are, however, a few things they have in common. They are both male, white, and of English descent. And we could say that they are neighbors, although they've never met.…