Quoting from its website:
An important development of the total project is the development of Earth liturgies in variouscommunities around the world. Norman Habel, who has been involved in developing these liturgies, hasedited a collection entitled Seven Songs of Creation. This collection includes Earth liturgies, Earth Songs and related worship resources. This volume is being edited and will hopefully be released by Pilgrim Press mid 2003. One of these liturgies, 'The Song of Earth' was celebrated at Adelaide College of Divinity as part of the Adelaide Fringe festival.
The new Earth Songs emphasise not only the web of creation and the interconnectedness of nature, but also the need to respect Earth as sacred and listen to Earth as a living subject. One song was sung as a themesong at opening of the 2001 Asia Pacific Earth Charter Conference in Brisbane. The Earth Bible was also part of one of the workshop sessions.
A traditional hymn that devalues Earth commences, 'Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah, pilgrim through this barren land.' An Earth Bible re-write of verse one that song follows:
You who watch the highest heavens
Wond'ring where God's mansions are;
You who hope to spot an angel
Spinning like a falling star;
Earth is calling,
Earth is calling,
Come back home and rest in me,
Come back home and rest in me."
Well, one does not have to be a theological genius to make a very educated guess that the "angel Spinning like a falling star" is none other than Lucifer and that those looking for him should come back to Earth and rest in it!
This project which is ongoing and is an international coalition of the worst of the worst ranging from Jon Granberg-Michaelsen, Earth Charter, Matthew Fox, and beyond is one of the most blatant apostate bridges to the very Earth worship proscribed in Revelation 14 -- the complete opposite of "Fear God and give glory to Him for the hour of his judgment is come -- worship God who created the heaven, the earth, the seas, and the fountains of waters." This project blatantly calls for striking all scripture from our theological repertoires which does not lend itself to a strained interpretation of earth worship itself.
I have long suspected that the prophesied "image of the beast" is none other than worship of the Earth itself as a living entity. This project has added much grist to that mill!
Join me tonight in half an hour at www.themicroeffect.com. I will be sharing its outrages on the air!