Civic Restlessness, Sustainable Communities, and the Land



In this sermon delivered at Rhinebeck Reformed Church in Rhinebeck, NY, Willis Jenkins argues the case for a “civic restlessness” — characterized by humility, mercy and justice — that builds a culture of sustainability linking community and land. Jenkins is the Margaret Farley Assistant Professor of Social Ethics, Yale Divinity School. (April 29, 2007)


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