When does a crisis become a turning point? Dr. Russell Moore, dean of SBTS’s School of Theology, hopes the Gulf oilspill crisis will amplify and expand an emerging environmental concern among evangelicals. Is this a defining moment for a new kind of evangelical activism or . . . just another crisis?
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Susan Jacoby, author of The Age of American Unreason and a contributor to the On Faith column at The Washington Post, has recently argued that the oil spill (more like a leak in my opinion) is being headed by Unreason.
After more than two months and 120 million barrels of oil, many Gulf Coast residents have lost faith in our ability to contain the BP oil spill. In the face of this terrible tragedy, the Louisiana State Senate unanimously voted to decree last Sunday, June 20th, a “Statewide Day of Prayer.”