Seminary Ridge Review Autumn 2012 [Papers from Gettysburg Seminary Conference on “Getting Green Faithfully” August, 2012.
“Reflections on a Lutheran Theology of Creation: Foundations for a New Reformation” by David Rhoads.
“God’s Lovers as ‘Uncreators’: Morality on the Face of Systemic Evil” by Cynthia Moe Lobeda.
“A Whirlwind Tour of World Religious Teaching on the Environment” by Fletcher Harper.
Intersections. Fall, 2012 #36. The Vocation of a Lutheran College. A Calling to Embrace Creation: Lutheran Higher Education, Sustainability, and Stewardship. Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN. July 30- August 1, 2012.
“A Traveler’s Manifesto for Navigating the Creation” by Ann Pederson.
“A Lutheran Ethic of Environmental Stewardship” by James Martin-Schramm
“Climate Justice, Environmental Racism, and A Lutheran Moral Vision: by Cynthia Moe-Lobeda
"Sustaining Sustainability” by Baird Tipson
Why do Lutherans Believe in the Resurrection of the Body? (by Cameron Harder)
Read this powerful statement on Christian mission in the face of Empire by Lutheran pastor Brian Konkol, given at a conference on missiology at Pretoria, South Africa.
Recycling and Waste in Mexico City. Read this witness to ecological justice by David Brandos, Lutheran pastor in Mexico City. (12-12)
View this powerful and poignant sermon in which the Rev. Leah Schade gives voice to Earth. (12-12)
Blog: New blog on eco-justice preaching by the Rev. Leah Schade, PA pastor and doctoral student at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia working on Eco-feminist preaching. (12-12)
"Within Limits: Remember the Sabbath" a sermon by James Martin Scrhamm, Luther College. (3-18-12)
A New Reformation: Caring for Creation. Read this article by David Rhoads and Barbara Rossing, “A Beloved Community: Christian Mission in an Ecological Age" (11-1-11).