Category Archives: Chicago Theological Seminary
Interfaith Respect Series #4: Jewish Dr. Michael Grossman on Rabbi Hillel, Safed, Mystics, Kabbalah, Zohar
The Upper Peninsula EarthKeeper “Interfaith Respect” video series continues with a look at the Jewish faith with Dr. Michael Grossman of Ishpeming, Michigan.
The video ends with a drum solo and singing by Northern Michigan University student Emmanuel Shayo.
Dr. Grossman spoke on April 23, 2009 to students at Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Michigan. Continue reading
Interfaith Respect Series #2: Islamic Center of America Imam Hassan Qazwini talks about the Iraq War and other issues Interfaith Respect has long been a goal of the Upper Peninsula EarthKeeper Team in northern Michigan. Interfaith graphics by Justice St. … Continue reading
At the Metcalfe Federal Building, the unwanted medicines collection continues under the supervision of two plainclothes Chicago police officers. (Photo courtesy EPA Flow of the River Blog) EPA Regional Administrator Mary A. Gade encourages public to participate in EPA … Continue reading
Interfaith Earth Healing Message from Bishop Tom Skrenes: Get involved in EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge
An Earth Healing Message from Bishop Thomas A. Skrenes about the EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge A Lutheran Bishop who has participated in interfaith Earth Day recycling projects for three years in a row encourages people of all … Continue reading
Earth Healing Initiative: Faith groups face tipping point; Must learn Native American respect for planet
Environmental tipping point: Faith communities have a duty to protect the Earth, and Native Americans, other Indigenous peoples can teach us a lot about respecting nature (Marquette, Michigan) – The new non-profit Earth Healing Initiative, based in Michigans Upper Peninsula, … Continue reading
Greater Cleveland area – Cuyahoga County – participates in EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge Thousands of residents in Greater Cleveland, Ohio are recycling unwanted computer electronics during the annual “Recycle Your Computer Month.” In the past 8 years, … Continue reading