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The purpose of Christian Climate Action
- To demonstrate the urgency and scale of the climate crisis
- To inspire Christians and the church to take meaningful action
- To communicate and demonstrate the vital role of non-violent direct action in tackling the climate crisis.
- To create safe spaces for people to emotionally process the effects that climate change has already caused to our planet and what it threatens to destroy if we carry on as business as usual.
The sort of thing we think..
- We are called to be faithful, not successful.
- However, we try to be wise with our choices and prayerfully discern the best cause of action.
- Our actions don’t have to be perfect. As Gandhi said, they are all “experiments with truth”.
- We are ourselves part of the problem we are fighting. As Reinhold Neibuhr stated “We must contend against evil, even though we know that we are ourselves involved in the evil against which we contend”.
- Our faith is a participatory faith and we are all called to be part of the renewal of Gods’ creation.
- We must always adhere to the principal of nonviolence.
- Being faithful to God is a journey which might sometimes mean non-compliance with ruling authorities.