Tag: Judaism & environment

Errors at Religious Tolerance: Christianity and the environment

The website ‘Religious Tolerance‘ makes the following claims. No matter how you describe yourself, you should find your beliefs and practices accurately represented in this website. Almost all other religious websites explain only the beliefs of the webmaster or sponsoring faith group. We are different: we try to explain accurately the full diversity of religious beliefs, worldviews, and systems of […] 

What does the Bible say about the environment?

The early Hebrews maintained a high degree of ecological sustainability.1 2 This was a result of the Law of Moses3 which regulated fruit crops, 4 and prohibited certain mixed crops5 and the non-cultivation of the land in the seventh year.6 7 Dietary and ecological benefits have been identified in the prohibitions against eating rodents and various reptiles, 8 9 almost […]