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In 1823, not only did a group of Episcopalians choose to found Virginia Theological Seminary. They also decided that this seminary would help keep human beings in bondage. Such an incredible decision begs the question, “What God were the seminary founders worshipping?” This essay aims to...
This paper builds upon a recent corpus of popular science that has elevated previously unsung members of the biosphere—“worts.” It argues that the corpus constitutes a new natural theology, a search for meaning in the biosphere, and suggests a theological underpinning to what its authors intuit:...
This article begins with my experience of a Ponderosa pine and centers on an ecological reading of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s vision of God and the world as “one reality” in his Ethics. A non-dualistic spirituality embraces aspects of reality Christians typically shun, such as the scatological...
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