Ecotheology and Spiritual Amnesia

The time has come to change our mechanistic patterns on our living earth. The Earth’s destiny is also our destiny. We are no longer respecting the needs of the earth and with this lack of care comes the unalterable consequences of our faith in and idealization of capitalism. As Thomas Berry says, “We are in the throes of spiritual autism.” This calls for sacred activism, for people of faith to be involved in the protection of the earth.
Sally Pamplin, Ed.D., is a friend of MLUUC in Ellijay, member of Cherry Log Christian Church, former teacher, curriculum administrator, and a writer/trainer for the State Environmental Education Certification Program. Sally is a student of Perennial Wisdom and believes we are at a pivotal moment in the destiny of the Earth.

One response to “Ecotheology and Spiritual Amnesia

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed the entire experience of the service today. Hearing Dr. Sally Pamplin speak was delightful and informative. I felt welcomed back into the congregation and look forward to seeing you in two weeks . Thanks for being there.

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