For a lot of people, the phrase "Christian environmentalist" sounds like an oxymoron. At least since Lynn White's famous 1967 essay, "The Historical Roots of Our Ecologic Crisis," many people who care about the environment see Christianity as part of the problem rather than part of the solution. Dan Story sets out to change this … Continue reading Should Christians Be Environmentalists? Absolutely.
I read this article yesterday about a group of paleontologists who visited the Creation Museum in Petersburg, KY. For those interested in the interaction between Christianity (or, at least, one version of it) and science, it's great reading. I found the following paragraphs most fascinating: Many of the paleontologists thought the museum misrepresented and ridiculed … Continue reading Paleontologists at the Creation Museum
The fifth tour of the Truth Project is a two-part lecture dealing with science. Del begins with the Bible's statement, "The heavens declare the glory of God" (Psalm 19), and points out that there has been a tendency since the Fall to look at what is plain (i.e., God's creation and ordering of the world) … Continue reading Truth Project 5: Science (What is True?)