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Conserving Island Earth

The world must have seemed like a big place to Helga Estby, a Norwegian woman who walked across America in the year 1896. Helga immigrated to the United States with her parents in 1871 at the age of 11. On … Continue reading

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The True Colors of the Ocean

Have you ever snorkeled or scuba dove in a coral reef? If you have, and I asked you to describe the experience in less than five words, I bet your answer would be an explosion of color. Well, maybe you … Continue reading

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What can we do at home to care for the environment?

The following blog is a chapter taken from the book: Entrusted – Christians and Environmental Care by S. Dunbar, L. J. Gibson, and H. M. Rasi. If you are interested in reading more you can find the book at: http://adventus21.com/Producto.aspx?idProducto=457 What … Continue reading

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How can environmental care be grounded in biblical theology?

The following blog is a chapter taken from the book: Entrusted – Christians and Environmental Care by S. Dunbar, L. J. Gibson, and H. M. Rasi. If you are interested in reading more you can find the book at: http://adventus21.com/Producto.aspx?idProducto=457  How can environmental … Continue reading

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Christianity and the Beginning of Science

Aristotle began Metaphysics with a bold assertion: “All men desire to know.”[i] This probably seems reasonable to anyone who has had a child who wants to know everything from why they have to go to sleep to why they have … Continue reading

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