Juicy Ecumenism Blog: Cornwall Alliance Releases Environmental Documentary

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This is an interesting and detailed article by Juicy Ecumenism’s Muriel Truax.

On October 21th, the Cornwall Alliance premiered a new documentary film, Where the Grass is Greener: Biblical Stewardship vs. Climate Alarmism, at the Heritage Foundation. The Cornwall Alliance is a network of theologians, scientists, economists, and other scholars committed to promoting stewardship of the earth from a Christian perspective. The film premiere was hosted by Becky Norton Dunlap, vice president of the Heritage Foundation.

After the film viewing, a panel discussion was held between scholars Jay Richards, David Kreutzer, Rev. Charles A. Clough, and E. Calvin Beisner. Beisner opened the discussion by stating the purpose of the film as attempting to integrate theology, philosophy, ethics, worldview, physical sciences, social sciences, politics, and economics. He called climate change “probably the most multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary issue.”

Dr. Jay Richards of the Institute of Faith, Work & Economics as well as the Discovery Institute, and author of intelligent design advocacy work The Privileged Planet, was first on the panel to speak. After admitting that he is a philosopher rather than a scientist, Richards expressed his interest in the philosophical and theological implications of the theory of Darwinian evolution.

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To learn more about the documentary Where the Grass is Greener: Biblical Stewardship vs. Climate Alarmism, click here.

To learn more about the Cornwall Alliance Petition, Forget ‘Climate Change’, Energy Empowers the Poor!, click here. Please strongly consider signing this petition, and then share with your friends!

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Megan is the Director of Communications for the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, and Editor of EarthRisingBlog.com. You can follow her on Twitter @MeganToombs.

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