Patrick David Heery

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The following are ways you can put your environmental faith and care for God’s creation into action, both as individuals and as communities. Congregations and faith leaders, be sure to check out the ministry ideas. This eco-action list is one

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Sandra Tamari, right, at the 2012 United Methodist General Conference, alongside Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb

The Divestment Debate: You’re Invited

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Should the church con­tinue invest­ing in com­pa­nies “prof­it­ing from non-peaceful activ­i­ties in Israel-Palestine”? It is a hotly debated question. Two weeks ago, Unbound explored that question through a series of three articles leading up to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) General Assembly (June 30 – July 7, 2012), where elected commissioners

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Inside Agitators: Seminarians for Justice

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May/June 2012 Issue Table of Contents Seminary and divinity school students write about social justice ministry and advocacy on their campuses: Can these inside agitators connect? Introductions to the Issue “The Locavore Dilemma: Seminarians Become Justice Locavores” by Patrick David Heery “High Ideals and Low Fences: Unpacking the narrative meaning

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