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Subscriber Access Only Why Christians Should Love Creation, not 'Nature'
God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone.
Subscriber Access Only What Kind of Astronomical Marvel was the Star of Bethlehem?
And was it even a star? A biblical scholar investigates the mysterious object that guided the Magi to Jesus.
Why Fractals Are So Beautiful
We’re finding infinitely complex, self-similar shapes all over creation. And we’re just getting started.
Sunken Treasure
The end of a great creature’s life is the beginning of a long, deep community.
Subscriber Access Only Deeper than Deep Space
The unbelievable and unfathomable truth of the universe is God’s childlike gaze.
Subscriber Access Only Listen Up if You Want to Be More Like Jesus
How we imitate Christ by practicing the art of listening.
Arguments for the Creator Point to Inconsistent Worldviews
Both Christians and non-Christians see evidence for a Creator. How does this belief affect our lives?
Weekend Edition: October 9, 2015
Pope Francis Paradoxes, ethics for church leadership, and more.
Pope's Creation Teachings Nothing New for Francis Schaeffer Fans
Two works on environmental care, 45 years apart, show what evangelicals and Catholics can agree on.
Subscriber Access Only Finding Flight with the Falcons
Considering the peregrine, who are we to think we belong in the air?
Why the Pope Is Going Green
The theology behind Francis’s warning on climate change.
3 Reasons for Christians to Engage in Science
A lot of Christians are nervous about engaging science, but should we be?
In Defense of 'Worldliness'
There’s nothing wrong with enjoying life on earth. But let Augustine offer a caution.
Subscriber Access Only A Bizarre and Mighty Civilization
And it’s made by leafcutter ants.
Subscriber Access Only Seeds—Small and Mighty
They’ve done nothing less than transform the planet.
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The Colonists’ New Religious Mystery
The Colonists’ New Religious Mystery
Sorry, Pilgrims: Jamestown’s spiritual life is suddenly much more fascinating.
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