Caring for the Earth on a systemic level is indeed rooted in a certain eschatology that believes what we do now matters for the future. That, while there are many tragedies and traumas to grieve, somehow the work we are doing today will remain on earth as it is in heaven.
Drew Dixon

I love the hope that this article brings, a hope that there will be resurrection and a future, and as you said, not just death. I wonder what it would look like if we really laid hold of what you are suggesting, that the work we are doing today has implications for our future. This, seems vital for us to grapple with, and why eschatology is so important. We are beings that live in a present world, deeply impacted by the past, but are on a trajectory that is always moving us forward into the future. Thank you for your words.

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