Hope and optimism are often lumped together (as we have done here), but they are not precise synonyms. In church, most of our attention is on hope, a central aspect of the Gospel message. For scientists, the attention is reversed as optimism is an easier concept to define and study experimentally. So what are scientists discovering?
Billy Graham is known for proclaiming the Gospel and saving souls, not for science. Yet, he did engage with scientific themes from time to time.
Southern Baptist leader Russell Moore takes on creation care in this short essay.
This BioLogos Common Question not only points readers to a wealth of resources for Christians concerned about the environment but also focuses on love—how we love God by caring for God’s creation and how we love others by caring for creation.
In a series of short articles, Billy Graham responds to the following questions:
Should Christians work to protext the environment?
Does God care about the environment?
Are we in danger of destroying the world?
Evangelical climate scientist Dr. Kathryn Hayhoe says that the number one thing we can do to mitigate climate change is to “talk to others”. That is the theme of her 2018 TED Talk. The idea of talking to others about this important topic may feel overwhelming. April Maskiewicz Cordero shows what a helpful conversation might look like in this post from BioLogos.