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The media is constantly abuzz with dire news about global warming and climate change. What does biblical history add to the discussion?
The globe is warming, and many blame humans for causing it, but today’s temperature is not unprecedented. How should Christians respond to climate change?
Climate change is real—but what should we do about it? Trusting in man’s word or God’s Word will determine how we interpret the evidence and fix our response.
Are temperature changes a serious threat to our way of life?
Some proponents of catastrophic global warming are finally admitting that the actual global temperature is not rising as fast as their models predict.
A few years back BBC television viewers could enjoy both David Attenborough and David Bellamy bringing wildlife and plants into their homes.
The global warming debate would not be so heated if it were simply a question of science. It’s no surprise that science gets drowned out by politics.
The Bible is the foundation for understanding every challenge facing us. Global warming is no exception.
The global warming gospel or the green dragon?
Based on typical news reports, you would assume that the cause of global warming is obvious—coal and burning gasoline. But we should look closer at a more obvious source of fluctuation.
Media coverage of global warming has been increasing for over twenty years. Oddly, the church has had little to say on the issue and has made scant use of Scripture to evaluate the alleged problem.PDF Download
The rate at which the corals grow in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia has declined recently. Is global warming to blame?
A group of scientists skeptical of the connection between humans and climate change has taken aim at a recent AP article.
Christianity Today publishes misguided article by Andy Crouch on global warming.