The Green Christian magazine is published twice yearly and sent free to members of CEL. Some sample articles from previous magazines are published here.
There are also articles that cannot be published due to space restrictions, these are in our e-journal.
Green Christian, Winter 2012, Issue 74
A prodigal people?
- Editorial by Chris Walton
- A prodigal people? by Keith Hebden
- Finding the Still Point by Ross Ashley
- Fracking for Economic Growth by Edward Echlin
- Poetry Please by Tony Emerson and Chris Walton
- Of wheat and tares (and Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming Sceptics) by Sam Norton
- Is your ecology too small? CEL’s retreat at Noddfa
- From A to B? Or making A a good place to Be? by Tony Emerson
- So how bad is Fracking? by Ruth Jarman
- The Quest for Renewal by Isobel Murdoch
Summer 2012 Issue 73
Winter 2011 Issue 72
Learning from Creation
Summer 2011 Issue 71
Winter 2010 Issue 70
For current copies, or a back edition, please send a £4.00 cheque to Christian Ecology Link, 10 Beech Hall Road, Highams Park, London, E4 9NX, UK. tel: +44 (0)845 4598460. (This includes 50p P&P). Please check that the back edition you require is available before sending money.
To become a Green Christian magazine subscriber or a CEL member which means you receive Green Christian as part of your membership go to the Join CEL page for details of costs.
Contributions should be on 3.5″ disk or CD, or sent as an email or an attached file to the editor, Chris Walton, firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, clear typescript is acceptable when negotiated with the Editor. Accompanying graphics will increase the chances of publication, including where possible a photograph of the author. An early phone call to the editor to indicate an intention to write is very helpful.
|Please send to:||Chris Walton
Ringsfield Hall Trust
Suffolk NR34 8JR
Tel: +44 (0)1502 713020
Green Christian is intended as a forum for Christians of all traditions to reflect on and contribute to current thinking in the green movement. Items in Green Christian reflect the views of their author and not necessarily those of CEL.
Basis of Faith
We affirm our belief in God as Creator of all things and in Jesus Christ as Lord, looking to the Holy Spirit for guidance through the Scriptures, and seeking to hear Him in the challenges of the present time.