I write in support of Ian Souter’s response (Letters, Issue 325) to Anne Baring’s article, though from a historical rather than theological perspective. Christian thought played a significant role in the development of British environmentalism, through the work of the “Christian sociologists”, as they termed themselves, at the heart of the early organic movement.

The organic pioneers were concerned not only with methods of ...


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