Christianity Today has been exhorting its readers to care for the environment for years and showcasing the efforts of Christians who see this as their primary calling.
An interview with Dr. Carl Reidel, the assistant director of the Center for Environmental Studies at Williams College. The interviewer asks Reidel, “Is the environmental crisis as serious as so many make it out to be?” His response: “Put it this way: Things are much, much worse than most people think.”
“There can be no mistaking that our planet is dying. It is a matter not of if but of when.”
How Christians tried to spur other Christians to care for and protect the environment in 1988.
"Shouldn't we just stick to saving souls?"
“In a word, no.”
Meet the growing number of other Christian families across the US who've left the suburbs to become farmers.
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