The place of humanity in Creation


 The way in which we think about ecological issues depends to a large extent on whether we consider humanity to be entirely different from, or fundamentally the same as the rest of the natural world, argues Martin Poulsom on Thinking Faith. How can we navigate a path between these two positions to gain a better understanding of our place in creation, with respect to God and to other creatures? To read more see: www.thinkingfaith.org/articles/20081021_1.htm

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