Recently, a number of clergy, theologians, and other policy experts gathered in Washington, D.C. to announce the formation of a new coalition on religion and environment called the Interfaith Stewardship Alliance, or ISA. One of the ISA’s spokesmen is economist Dr. Kenneth Chilton, who is also a church elder in Lake Saint Louis, Missouri. Comments Chilton: “As an economics professor at Lindenwood University and director of its Institute for the Study of Economics and the Environment, I look forward to applying the overarching truth of the Scriptures to concerns for the environment. The Interfaith Stewardship Alliance provides an important platform for discussing how faith, economics, and science can produce environmental policy that reflects God’s love for mankind, and our role as stewards of His creation.”

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