If we Christians sometimes seem indifferent to the rhythms of the seasons it is not necessarily due to some anti-nature bias. On the contrary, environmental concern is thoroughly compatible with Christianity (even if its not universally practiced). The reason is to be found elsewhere, in our understanding of God. It is because we only worship one God and see that God as equally accessible anywhere and anytime. If we wish to ask God for success in a venture we need not want for a full moon, for God is no more or less influential than God is right now.
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I think you’re confusing and conflating a number of complicated and subtle concepts in your statement here. I’ll explain as time and energy permits.