I found this great video today from PBS featuring Norman Wirzba, Research Professor of Theology, Ecology, and Rural Life Duke Divinity School and author of such books as ‘The Paradise of God: Renewing Religion in an Ecological Age’ and ‘Living the Sabbath: Discovering the Rhythms of Rest and Delight’. This excellent video gives a brief snapshot into the growing confluence between the sustainable agriculture movement and the American Church at large (of all denominations). The video also features Cedar Grove United Methodist Church‘s Anathoth Community Garden. Enjoy!

food and faith converge in Christian ethics of eating

Food and faith converge in a Christian ethics of eating (screen capture: PBS)

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[video via PBS]

J. Fowler

J. Fowler is the website editor and co-founder, along with his wife Pamela, of the Sustainable Traditions project. The Fowlers live with their seven children on a farm near the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

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