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Environmental issues and the Anglican Communion

Environmental issues and the Anglican Communion

With World Environment Day being observed on Sunday, June 5, ENS is republishing a video produced in collaboration with the Anglican Communion Office, titled “Environmental issues and the Anglican Communion.”


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Fr. Will McQueen

The actual wording of the Nicene Creed says, “who for us men and our salvation.” Jesus’ Incarnation is for the salvation of mankind, not planet earth. The earth hasn’t sinned and doesn’t need a savior. No, you can’t read into the Creed anything you’d like.

Rod Gillis

What a terrific item. Clifton Nedd in the video notes, “We don’t need to create another earth, we just need to take care of this one…”. Right on. The video as a whole adds a whole new layer to the notion of, ‘for us and for our salvation’.

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