Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive

I applaud Keith Helmuth’s thorough essay, “Ecological Integrity and Religious Faith” (FJ Aug. 2001), and offer this piece to put some flesh on Friend Helmuth’s theoretical bones. Here is the question: What are we called to do, to do differently, or to not do, because of our deep environmental concerns? This question and I are old friends; it’s one I have felt and rubbed up against for many years. It involves many of our other corporate ideals, such as living simply, economic justice, integrity, and community building. My considerations have led me to real, even drastic changes in🔒

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Anne Felker is a member of Lehigh Valley Meeting in Bethlehem, Pa. © 2002 Anne Felker

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