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Needed: Theologically Informed Environmentalists

We need to think Christianly about the environment. We need voices to declare that in the midst of a worldwide dialogue about climate change, (much of it politically charged rather than scientifically grounded, in my opinion) we need to remember that … Continue reading

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The ‘Fifth Turning,’ The Eighth Day of the Week, and Grace in Winter

Re-thinking Howe and Strauss from a Biblical Worldview—a Fifth Turning The Fourth Turning, by Neil Howe and the late William Strauss is a book for our time[1] Though published in 1997, this amazing volume by the authors of Generations,[2] arguably one … Continue reading

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Distracted

“Both (pilots) stated there was a distraction in the cockpit” reported Alan Levin in a USA Today article (October 27, 2009, 3A). What was the distraction? We have all been waiting for a conclusive answer since the story broke a … Continue reading

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