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Outcomes reported on interfaith clean waters gathering

Posted November 20th, 2013

Faith is a link that can bring differing people together to help the environment. That message emerged Tuesday during a meeting of environmentalists and religious people — many sharing both titles — at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. “We (religious people) are seen as honest brokers, and we have exceptional power when we go to the halls of power,” said Nina Beth Cardin, a Baltimore rabbi and environmentalist. W. Tayloe Murphy Jr., a former Virginia delegate and state secretary of natural resources, noted that the faith … Continue reading


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