Surely, if he can build a hotrod
, he can build an Earthship.
Yeah I'm talking about JC, or HIM.
But classic cars and alternative housing aren't really what will be up for discussion at the Spirituality & Sustainability
talk at the next Sustainability Breakfast Series
from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m., Thursday, April 9 at the Ivywild School's Wildcat Room.
But the Peak Alliance for a Sustainable Future
, Sustainable Fort Carson
and the Catamount Institute
will host a panel of "religious thought leaders" to chat up concepts of faith and environmental stewardship.
Among questions posed:
What do religious texts say about taking care of the Earth?
What has been lost in translation?
How can sustainability strengthen a congregation?
Did Jesus really
build his hotrod?
Okay, I made that last one up, but you get the picture. It's a different kind of earth worship than the Manitou Springs retail scene.
To attend is free and breakfast will be available for purchase down the hall in the Old School Bakery or Principal's Office.
Go with god, greenies. Or Ministry.
Will the road to the earth's salvation lead back to what the Bible and other spiritual doctrines have to say? Heady talk for breakfast.