Green Calvinism

inherit-the-holy-mountainAt First Things, here, I review Mark Stoll’s look at the religious roots of our ecological solutions.  (Also discussed is Jeffrey Bilbro’s latest, Loving God’s Wildness:  The Christian Roots of Ecological Ethics in American Literature.)

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