Wednesday, July 07, 2004

evangelicals and the environment

Last week in Sandy Cove, Maryland, at the headwaters of Chesapeake Bay, a group of evangelical leaders met to affirm our responsibility to care for God's creation. The gathering—sponsored by Christianity Today, the National Association of Evangelicals, and the Evangelical Environmental Network—included scholars, activists, denominational leaders, pastors, journalists, and representatives of relief organizations.

read the entire CT article.

1 comment:

leviathen said...

wow, what is that, twenty five years late? sorry to be skeptical, but what do they have to gain from this? ;)