The Fellowship of Life
Edward Echlin (Books, April 18) criticises an author for being
"oblivious of the obvious connection between ecology and religion".
Evidence that this is a widespread failing amongst Christians appears
in the very same edition of The Universe.
Encouraging us to invest ethically, Brian Spence argues that:
"For the Christian, there is a double incentive since companies are
assessed on moral as well as ecological criteria."
If it is not a moral requirement upon us to preserve our life-giving
environment for the well-being of all its inhabitants, I wonder what is?
That quibble apart, I commend The Universe for including an article
on ethical investment.
Surely you will make space for a follow-up, advising us on how we can
switch our existing accounts and policies so as to promote stewardship
of the earth?
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