Living Green

Here is an article I wrote for the Lutheran Educators Association on “Living Green” as a Christian.  Enjoy!

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  1. I am glad to see the church speak to the issues of the "Green Revolution." God made Adam a steward of the earth. For centuries the role of stewardship has been seen as one of the functions of the church.

    More recently the "Green Revolution" has taken on more pagan overtones, speaking of how Mother Earth might do better if humans didn't exist. It's time for the church to proclaim anew the role we have been given as stewards and how God is in the process of renewing His damaged creation.

    Just this morning I read for a devotion called The Meyer Minute of June 29, 2010, written by Dr. Dale Meyer, President of Concordia Theological Seminary, St. Louis. "Churches that have taken creation for granted and ignored our responsibilities to be good stewards are beginning to wake up to the fullness of God’s revelation, in creation as well as in the special revelation about redemption."