Category Archives: Environmentalism

Down to Earth Hope

Romans 8:18-22 (NIV) I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us. For the creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed. For the creation … Continue reading

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Let Creation Rejoice

A couple of months ago I received a copy of the new book Let Creation Rejoice: Biblical Hope and Ecological Crisis by Jonathan Moo and Robert White courtesy of the publisher, IVP Academic. With other books in progress, this is … Continue reading

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The Things People Do To Nature

There was a fascinating article in the New York Times last Sunday – The Ecology of Disease by Jim Robbins: THERE’S a term biologists and economists use these days — ecosystem services — which refers to the many ways nature … Continue reading

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Communicating Science

There are a couple of interesting articles in the latest issue of Physics Today – a monthly magazine published by the American Institute of Physics and delivered as part of the membership dues to those belonging to member societies including … Continue reading

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The World’s Oceans – Should We Worry?

Scot put up a post last Saturday You Might be an Evangelical Reject if you … that received a fair bit of attention and comment. Much of the comment centered on the sentiment, rare but not unheard of, that connects … Continue reading

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Evolution and Environmentalism

I am reading through a book of essays, Theology After Darwin (available from amazon UK or, as pointed out by a commenter, a search of on author = Berry and title = Theology After Darwin will yield a USA-based … Continue reading

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Theology, Science, and Global Warming

Scot has posted a few time over the last month on the topic of anthropogenic global warming (AGW), either as a short question or as part of Weekly Meanderings. One of the things that surprised me in the ensuing conversation, … Continue reading

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