Is Earth Overpopulated?

Shock, sadness, deep concern, and a burning desire to set the record straight filled my soul as I read my ethics students’ discussion posts. The topic? Ethical considerations involving population and the environment. I gave the assignment to find out what they’d learned the last two weeks. For most, it wasn’t much. Frankly, I’m terrifiedContinue reading “Is Earth Overpopulated?”

I Ruined My Teen Nephew (And I’m Proud Of It)

“You ruined me. I don’t even want to go to school tomorrow.” I leaned forward, alarmed my words to my thirteen-year-old nephew might have been too frightening. “You just told me the world is going to end. We’re screwed!” I glanced at my sister-in-law, whose wide eyes, tight lips, and tilted head told me IContinue reading “I Ruined My Teen Nephew (And I’m Proud Of It)”

Knowing God is Key to Solving Climate Crisis

Knowing God is key to solving the climate crisis. If we want to know what God is like, we need to go the primary source. Knowing God: A Lesson from Job The book of Job is counted among the books of Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon as wisdom literature. But why? The fearContinue reading “Knowing God is Key to Solving Climate Crisis”

What the Bible Says About Climate Change

By Doug Carter Climate Change and Fossils I’m fascinated by fossils and what they can tell us about our world. Two weeks ago I traveled to the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville to view the world’s largest fossilized stromatolite cap. Stromatolites are masses of algae mixed with sediment and typically form in tidalContinue reading “What the Bible Says About Climate Change”

In defiance of science

By Robert Knight For years, the left has claimed to be the party of science, while casting religious conservatives as ignorant, superstitious louts. But evidence is mounting that it’s the other way around, and has been for some time. After all, who are the ones claiming that we should ignore biology and redefine a manContinue reading “In defiance of science”