Thursday, September 28, 2006

An Inconvenient Truth III

Having been released a few weeks ago, many people I know have seen this film (trailer), and more than a few are being stirred up or reconsidering their position. A large group from church went and saw it a fortnight ago. MartyK and CraigS offer their reactions. For my initial thoughts after seeing a sneak preview a few months ago, see here. And here's the best review I've found so far. If you still haven't seen it, do so.

In a somewhat related post, Patrik (from God in a Shrinking Universe - remember the world cup of theologians?) reflects on Tillich's views regarding collective guilt. I am my brother's keeper. And my sister's.

2 comments:

andrewE said...

This is a revealing quote:

"Thank God men cannot as yet fly and lay waste the sky as well as the earth!"
Henry David Thoreau (1817 - 1862)

byron said...

Wow - wonder what laying waste to the earth meant for Thoreau back in his day? Building cities?