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In the climate crisis, the churches call for confidence and hope, which are often just consolations. Instead, a different, radical hope is needed,

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Hope? Yes, but the deep hope please...

In the climate crisis, the churches call for confidence and hope, which in the paradigm of Christianity are only consolations. Instead, a different, radical hope is needed, explains “Tipping Point” guest author Peter Aschoff here in original OWL guest post, to which I would like to refer you.Peter Aschoff is our interlocutor in the Trans-Christianity Dialogue and also in the think tank.

Hey, I hope you're doing really well in these catastrophic times (4th day after the Hamas terrorist attack on Israel)! I just wanted to point out that I have this extremely fascinating article on the subject Climate activism and Hope I've read it and think it could be very interesting for you too. The article goes into detail about the goals and hopes associated with activism and why it is so important to work for climate protection.

The motivation of climate movements is often seen as pessimistic and resigned shown, but the article shows that there is a behind it deep optimism that we can still achieve positive change. I think this article could really help us to get valuable food for thought and to help develop an active vision for our common future, also from the perspective of the Christian faith. Would you like to read the article here? Good food for thought to you.

Is it more comfort and aversion to the drastic steps that would now be necessary and the massive conflicts that would come with them? Or is it that in the end we are often so quick to offer hope because we are afraid that we (and our faith) are not able to cope with the grief, the anger, the suffering and the ever-increasing mountain of unresolved questions?

Peter Aschoff

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