What do birth rates and greenhouse gasses have in common? Nothing. Unless you’re debating whether or not to have children because you’re concerned about the reach of your green footprint. Researchers at Oregon State University are encouraging couples to take this line of thinking. They have recently published a study arguing that the world’s carbon footprint should be limited by the number of children couples have. Listen as Dr. Mohler takes this issue on, calling the logic both faulty, and godless.
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