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Climate Change and The Truth: Politics & Economics

Politics & Economics As a consequence of a Christian worldview, your advice is that whenever “popular opinion is leaning one way, almost always lean the other way.” This statement makes some intuitive sense, but isn’t it contrary to the concept … Continue reading

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Climate Change and The Truth: Science

Science If we accept that the Lord cares about the environment and holds us responsible when we damage it, his benevolence and justice imply that he gave us the ability to understand when we are damaging his Creation. As Chris … Continue reading

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Climate Change and The Truth: Christian Worldview

Christian Worldview An early entry on AGW expressed gratitude that some “Christian leaders, including Dr. James Dobson and Chuck Colson, wrote a rebuttal letter” asked other Christian leaders not to join the Evangelical Climate Initiative. What if Dobson, Colson, etc. … Continue reading

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Climate Change and The Truth: Introduction

Darius and other readers, The experience of writing this reply to your entries about antropogenic global warming has been very informative for me. I know much more about the arguments, counterarguments, and scientific details of climate change than I did … Continue reading

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Question for the Governor

A story in The Lantern, Ohio State’s student newspaper, covered the visit by Governor Strickland and two state representatives to a Town Hall meeting organized by the OSU College Democrats on May 14, 2007. I was surprised that the lecture … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Christian Views on Global Climate Change

In the wake of the publication of the latest two IPCC reports on Global Climate Change (2001 and 2007), the evangelical Christian community seems to be dividing, as CNN reports. This is becoming one of the three issues where I … Continue reading

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Echoes in Eternity

I recently discovered a blog entitled Echoes in Eternity, which is written by the brother of one of my best friends. I asked a few questions in response to his statements about global warming. He responded very thoroughly in two … Continue reading

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My Presentation to CGSA on Creation Care

Creation Care: A Sometimes Inconvenient Mission InterVarsity Video: “All Things” (see earlier post for more details) Power Point Presentation Bibliography

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Fox News, is global warming non-existent or unstoppable?

As you may know, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the first part of its Fourth Assessment Report, which is a “Summary for Policymakers,” on February 4, 2007. This has received significant coverage in the media, … Continue reading

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InterVarsity’s Twenty-First Student Missions Convention Highlights: Luke’s edition

Prompted, more or less, by my new housemate Chris and his blog, I will share the parts of InterVarsity’s Twenty-First Student Missions Convention that were most memorable to me. I echo all of the comments Chris made; his highlights were … Continue reading

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