Students at Union Theological Seminary in New York City were instructed to confess to potted plants as an "expression of worship" and as a "liturgical response to our climate crisis." Many online mocked
Theological seminary: 'Today in chapel, we confessed to plants.' The reaction is brutal, sad — and funny.
'They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator' Union Theological Seminary announced that during a Tuesday chapel service "we confessed plants."
‘The dominant theological issue’: Environmentalist Bill McKibben wants your pastor at the global climate strike
In the United States, where a climate change denier made his way to the White House partly on the strength of his appeal to white evangelical voters, many see Christianity and climate science as opposing
Uncommon Wisdom from a Forgotten Genius: Olga Jacoby’s Extraordinary Letters on Love, Life, Death, Moral Courage, and Spiritual
“Love, like strength and courage, is a strange thing; the more we give the more we find we have to give.” Half a century before Frida Kahlo made her impassioned case for atheism as a supreme form of freedom
Progressive seminary students offered a confession to plants. How do we think about sins against nature?
When I was a child, I spoke to trees. I knew my secrets would be safe with these great green friendly things. And I thought the trees spoke back to me. I’d press my ear against their trunks to hear the
“For everybody listening, man, if you don’t believe in Jesus Christ, you better start, because he’s real. I promise you that.” — Bears kicker Eddy Piñeiro Jr. during an on-field TV interview shortly after