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  2. Religion and environmentalism - Wikipedia

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    Religion and environmentalism is an emerging interdisciplinary subfield in the academic disciplines of religious studies, religious ethics, the sociology of religion, and theology amongst others, with environmentalism and ecological principles as a primary focus. Within the context of Christianity, in the encyclical "Laudato si'", Pope Francis ...

  3. Wikipedia:Vital articles/List of all articles - Wikipedia

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    0 (1) 0 1 (104) 1 · 1 Maccabees · 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane · 1,2-rearrangement · 1,4-Dioxane · 10 · 10 Hygiea · 10,000 metres · 100 metres · 100 metres freestyle · 10th Dalai Lama · 11th Dalai Lama · 12 Angry Men (1957 film) · 120-cell · 12th Dalai Lama · 13th Dalai Lama · 14th Dalai Lama · 1500 metres · 1556 Shaanxi earthquake · 16-bit computing · 16-cell · 16th Street ...

  4. Wikipedia:Upload log archive/March 2004 (1b) - Wikipedia

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    Below is a list of the most recent file uploads. See also: Upload log archive. All times shown are server time ( UTC ). Current server time is: 10:52 August 20, 2021. 06:59, 17 Mar 2004 Audin uploaded "Apollo-insignia.png" (Same image as before rotated 1 degree (really) to the left so it is not crooked anymore.)

  5. Wikipedia:Reference desk/Archives/Humanities/January 2006

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    From a spiritual point of view, the mother is rewarded for carrying the baby and caring for it by having the right to pass on the religion. As Judaism is a home-based religion, it makes more sense for the mother (who back then was in charge of the home) to pass the religion.

  6. Wikipedia:Reference desk/Archives/Science/January 2006

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    So there is a difference during the year of approximately 5 million km. The Earth is closest to the Sun in July January and furthest away in January July. David D. (Talk) 05:52, 5 January 2006 (UTC) Actually this year Earth was at closest, perihelion, on Jan 4 (yesterday), it will be farthermost away, aphelion, July 3.