Thursday, October 30, 2008

Prayers for Arizona copper mining?

Jack Caldwell writes one of the more provocative blogs about mining, "I Think Mining." He has a new post today entitled "No prayers for Arizona copper mining" that was triggered by a blog on prayerbeacon, about things Christians should pray for regarding the upcoming election. Each day focuses on a different state and Arizona's turn is up, with a set of Prayer Points targeted to us.

Jack suggests we add the following Prayer Points for Arizona:

*Declare that mining is good for the economy of the state.

*Declare that the leaders of Arizona develop the mining resources of the state wisely and responsibly.

*Declare that less government, fewer Wal-Marts, and more mines and similar may help God help the economy of the state of Arizona.

You should read all of Jack's column. It's probably not what you expect.

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