I like the Kenyan Nobel Prize-winner's custodial interpretation of the creation account in Genesis. Being in charge of the environment, humanity may derive benefit from it if human policy preserves rather than destroys it. But if exploitation destroys the environment, there'll be nothing left for others to enjoy. Clear-cutting the land only inflates the bank accounts of a few exploiters, and we've seen in the recent economic crisis how rapidly money can disappear. For the existence of it too is a matter of faith as I learned while studying economics.
Grant GarberAkron, OHWKSU330-835-1322
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