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God Loves Protected Species. And the Poachers Who Kill Them.
A theocentric conservation effort looks out for both man and nature.
Oil Is a Gift from God. Are We Squandering It?Subscriber Access Only
What the church can do when the world’s had too much of a good thing.
When Loving Your Neighbor Means Fighting Hookworm in Alabama
In the Black Belt—once cleared for cotton plantations—rural black communities suffer the consequences of poor land stewardship.
Can Restoring the Jordan River Build Peace in the Holy Land?Subscriber Access Only
Christians explore how ecological work can support the gospel mission.
Climate Change Divides the US Church. It Unites the Global One.
Why a Christian response to global warming is about more than rising temperatures.
What Trees Teach Us about Life, Death, and ResurrectionSubscriber Access Only
Other than God and people, they’re the most mentioned living thing in the Bible.
Creation Groans, but God Hears: Many Species Face ‘Thinning of Life’
On World Wildlife Day, conservationists reflect on biblical ways of dealing with eco-anxiety.
Understanding God’s Control When You’re a Climate ScientistSubscriber Access Only
A geophysicist on balancing God’s sovereignty over nature with human understanding of weather.
Sufjan Stevens’ ‘Planetarium’ Charts a God-Sustained Cosmos
The singer-songwriter’s latest collaboration sets a distinctly biblical course through the Created Order.
Thoughts on Discipleship from a Marine Conservationist
Why changing hearts is hard and how Christ overcomes that.
God, Guns, and OilSubscriber Access Only
A Los Angeles church seeks the good of its neighborhood by confronting crime and environmental distress.
Three Reasons Why Evangelicals Stopped Advocating for the Environment
It's not theology, it's politics.
Why Conservation Is a Gospel Issue
Christians who care about conservation are still too rare a species. A report from the World Conservation Congress.
A Dead Gorilla Highlights Zoos' Bigger Problem
Animal welfare advocate Karen Swallow Prior discusses the complicated history of caging creatures.
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Take Time To Linger Outside the Church DoorSubscriber Access Only
In churches as in neighborhoods, sometimes the front lawn is the best place to build community.
Not Just Pope Francis: Evangelicals Praise Paris Climate Talks Subscriber Access Only
Christian involvement has “permanently shifted” the climate conversation, says Lausanne.
Why Christians Should Love Creation, not 'Nature'Subscriber Access Only
God calls us to cultivate the earth—not to leave it alone.
20 Questions: What Evangelicals Think of GMOs, Genetics, Fracking, and MoreSubscriber Access Only
New Pew survey explores attitudes on science, including experimental drugs, animal testing, and space exploration.
Pope's Creation Teachings Nothing New for Francis Schaeffer FansSubscriber Access Only
Two works on environmental care, 45 years apart, show what evangelicals and Catholics can agree on.
Top Story July 22, 2019
The Nazis Persecuted Him. The Soviets Killed Him. Today He’s Barely Known.
The Nazis Persecuted Him. The Soviets Killed Him. Today He’s Barely Known.
James Edwards’s biography recovers the memory of German theologian Ernst Lohmeyer.
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