Category Archives: Environmentalism

The Compatibility of Environment and Outreach — A Free Mission U Webinar

In “Outreach and Environmentalism,” MISSION U‘s monthly webinar this coming Saturday, March 5, at 10 a.m. CST, guest speaker Dr. Charles Arand, professor at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, will make the case for environmentalism within the church and some practical … Continue reading

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“The Expectant Creation Call us to Care”” – Charles Arand (Part 3)

The following excerpt is from the Concordia Journal (Summer 2010, pp. 220-233) … The Spirit’s work of renewing us, since we are created “together with all creatures”, cannot be complete without the creation being dragged along.  We can again consider … Continue reading

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“Creation within the Christian Story” – Charles Arand (Part 2)

The following excerpt is from the Concordia Journal (Summer 2010, pp. 220-233) The promise of the gospel occurs within a story that stretches from the beginning of creation to the end of creation.  In some ways, it is fortuitous that … Continue reading

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Caring for God’s Groaning Earth – Charles Arand (Part1)

The following excerpt is from the Concordia Journal (Summer 2010, pp. 220-233) So, why have conservative Christians been skeptical about embracing environmental issues, and become much less active in supporting measures designed to lessen our negative impact upon the earth? … Continue reading

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