Environment

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The Briefing 12-11-13

The power of gesture: What we can and cannot conclude from handshake between Raúl Castro and Obama; Legalize marijuana or harm the environment and suffer…Read this essay →

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The Briefing 11-13-13

Ministry Opportunity: Millions of Filipinos in U.S. mourn loss of family and friends; Hawaii just a signature away from legalizing same-sex marriage; For gay marriage…Read this essay →

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The Briefing 09-16-13

50th anniversary of 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing; Epic flooding in Colorado reminder humans not in control; 5th anniversary of Wall Street collapse: Have we…Read this essay →

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The Briefing 06-03-13

1) Tornadoes and wildfires threaten as we remember the grace and mercy of an omnipotent God 'Unpredictable' storm in Oklahoma turned on three chasers, CNN...Read this essay →

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The Briefing Special Edition: Moore Oklahoma

What is the proper Christian response to the tragedy in Moore, Oklahoma? How do we understand the difference between moral and natural evil? What are...Read this essay →

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The Briefing 04-23-13

1. Boston suspect charged. Now we begin to ask why. Bomb Suspect Is Charged and Could Face the Death Penalty, New York Times (Richard A...Read this essay →

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Thinking Green — The New Religion

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Thinking Green — The New Religion

Does the modern age mean the end of faith?  While some have argued that this is an age of total secularism, others argue that the...Read this essay →

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NewsNote: Thinking Green — The New Religion

The human species is inherently and resolutely religious. The Bible and the Christian tradition affirm this truth, even as we know that the religious impulse...Read this essay →

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Make Way for “Non-Human Persons?”

Are dogs, pigs and children all the same?  Some would argue that animals should be defined as non-human persons, with the rights and privileges that...Read this essay →

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NewsNote: Make Way for “Non-Human Persons?”

Having just observed the magnificent sight of humpback whales cavorting off the coast of Hawaii, I am all the more aware of just how incredible…Read this essay →

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Acknowledging the Differences between Man and Beast

What are the differences between mankind and animals in creation?  Many would argue that man and beast should be seen on the same level, as...Read this essay →

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Limiting Our Carbon Footprint: No More Babies

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...Read this essay →

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Nature-Deficit Disorder — Have Our Children Forgotten How to Play Outdoors?

Author Richard Louv believes that America's children are now suffering from a syndrome he identifies as "nature-deficit disorder." In his new book, Last Child in...Read this essay →

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“Where Do All the Colors Go at Night?” — Children and the Need for Silence

One of the most lamentable aspects of modern life is the disappearance of silence. Throughout most of human history, silence has been a part of...Read this essay →

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“The Ghost at the Table” — Are Kids a Threat to the Environment?

The contemporary clash of worldviews comes immediately into view with controversies over children, contraception, abortion, and now the environment.  A recent controversy in Great Britain...Read this essay →

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The Green Bible, Presidential Politics, and Evangelicals

With HarperOne's release of the Green Bible, the mainstream media is once again asking if evangelicals are finally developing an "environmental consciousness." On today's program,...Read this essay →

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Power Outage — A Reflection on Our Electric Lives

The remnants of Hurricane Ike brought a very unexpected windstorm to Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday.  Worshippers in area churches heard and felt the massive winds...Read this essay →

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Plant Rights, Screaming Vegetation, and a “Biocentric” Worldview

Several years ago now, I was appearing on a national network interview program and found myself discussing capital punishment with a woman who, during a...Read this essay →

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Are Children Threatening the Earth?

In his periodic column for USA Today, Oliver "Buzz" Thomas asks: "Might Our Religion Be Killing Us?" His primary concern is environmental, and his tone...Read this essay →

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Creation Care, Climate Change, and Christian Stewardship

A recent statement from a group of prominent Southern Baptists calling for more progressive dialogue on the question of Christians' obligations to care for the...Read this essay →

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Should Global Warming Matter To Evangelicals?

Today's news that Al Gore has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to combat global warming has reintroduced the issue of climate...Read this essay →

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When Ecology Replaces Theology

Is saving the earth what remains when liberal churches are no longer concerned for the salvation of souls? Have these churches replaced theology with ecology?...Read this essay →

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Creation Care And The Problem Of Global Warming

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Kill Knut? The Twisted Logic of Animal Rights Extremists

The star attraction of the Germany's Berlin Zoo is "Knut," a three-month-old polar bear cub. Knut is popular because he is undeniably cute, but he...Read this essay →

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The Self-Esteem Movement Backfires — When Praise is Dangerous

The self-esteem movement has transformed much of America, but this is perhaps nowhere more evident than in the schools. A brilliant article in New York...Read this essay →

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Our Creation Stewardship and the Question of Global Warming

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Common Ground on Creation? The E. O. Wilson Interview

Professor Edward O. Wilson of Harvard University joined me today on The Albert Mohler Program [listen here]. We discussed his recent book, The Creation: An...Read this essay →

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Should Evangelicals Join Evolutionists In Saving The Earth?

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The Termination Of Evangelical Ministries At Georgetown University

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