weâ€™re no longer operating from a paradigm of deviating from the status quo, or operating from the paradigm of looking at the challenge of climate change and whatâ€™s actually necessary Source: Tim DeChristopher on the Demand to End All New Fossil Fuel Leasing on Public Lands and Oceans | Democracy Now!
This post comes at the relationship between EcoEcclesia and OccupyTheology from opposite sides from the previous post. In the previous post, I reflected a bit upon why the Climate movement is like the Occupy movement, springing from similar and related sets of causes (the oligarchy’s continuous drive to further consolidate power and economic stranglehold. From another angle, OccupyTheology is Continue Reading
I just created a post type in WordPress for EcoEcclesia. EcoEcclesia , however, is also OccupyTheology, since I contend that it requires an action of “Occupying” the theologies, economies, and spaces of the status quo to ensure that a fundamental questioning must take place. The status quo which brought about the call to “Occupy” is no longer tenable, and that Continue Reading