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The Religious Campaign for Wilderness (RCW)

This organization articulates and promotes the Spiritual Values of Wilderness in such a way that statements on specific wild areas are developed using local people. Petitions and statements are then produced, suitable for presentation to legislators. In the process a religious rationale for wilderness protection is promoted. For perspective religion is always born in wilderness, never the city. Judaism was born in the desert wilderness. Jesus prepared for his ministry, not in the temple, but in wilderness.  We are recovering a religious understanding of the spiritual values of wilderness. The values of wilderness relate to better practice of our faith and an awareness that the earth is sacred. See information about wilderness at http://www.nrccc.org/site/Topics/Issues/Wilderness/Wilderness_Main.html 

 


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