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Behaviour News 2018

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Feb  2018

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Jan  2018

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Survey results show Christians becoming less concerned about the environment   Survey results show Christians becoming less concerned about the environment. Scientist Konisky said there is a historical divide in how Christians view their relationship to the planet: "Some believe in the importance of stewardship and practice an ethic of 'creation care,' while others believe in human dominion over the Earth, a belief that undermines any obligation to protect the environment." He added Christians, compared to atheists, agnostics and individuals who do not affiliate with a religion, are less likely to prioritize environmental protection over economic growth,

This is not only about Christianity, but all religions like Islam and Judaism , who  believe that all living beings are for human beings to enjoy life. In Sanathana Dharma, we consider all creation has the same right and no one is superior or inferior. Bharathians were ridiculed as nature worshipers.....because westerners looked from their view of worshiping based on fear of God and did not understand that our worship is "Abaya"- no fear but protection. These religions when spread to country like India in the past 100 years all over the globe, destroyed the planet which was kept safe for 1000's of years by Sanathana Dharma. We respect and embrace Christianity, Islam and Judaism for their Teachers wonderful message of love and God faith, which alone is not enough. These  followers of these religions now have to change (Adapt) to embrace every being and take the greatest message of Sanathana Dharma that the creator, creation and created all is one and the same God and God's Energy. If this is not taught in education, our future generation will further damage on the environment and will make the planet uninhabitable.
Source: January 23, 2018, Indiana University