The Mountain House Statement: Repairing our Stewardship of Creation: Abrahamic Social Thought and the Global Economic Crisis
About "The Mountain House Statement"
In July 2010, as part of the Caux Round Table, Dr. David Miller joined 11 other scholars from the three Abrahamic faith traditions - Judaism, Christianity, and Islam - to the organization's birthplace in Caux, Switzerland. The scholars hosted a dialogue to discern and discuss core themes on social questions as a framework for assessing and responding to the global economic crisis that is affecting people, businesses, communities, and other institutions.
The product of their dialogue was The Mountain House Statement. This Mountain House Statement is significant because, for the first time, it combines the resources of the Abrahamic faith into a unified and constructive approach at a time when conflict and divisiveness among and within these faiths are so sadly prevalent. Click here to read more...