Biologist and Professor Darrel Falk’s central aim in this book is to consider the question, “Is a thoroughly Christian and biblically-informed doctrine of creation compatible with widely held conclusions of modern science, especially biology?”
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.
Disciple Science is an organization dedicated to creating quality videos that would “reach those who feel forced to choose between science and Christianity and invite them to follow Jesus, know creation, and grow in faith.”
Download this free booklet from the National Association of Evangelicals that looks at how “environmental changes—including more severe natural disasters—threaten the lives and well-being of more and more people, and particularly the extreme poor.”
Are you curious what your denomination is doing when it comes to caring for creation? Or perhaps you’d like to connect with a local ecumenical or interfaith group committed to this work. Or maybe you want to see what other faith-based groups are doing to take care of the environment so that you can share some ideas with your home church. Creation Justice Ministries has put together a nice list of links representing several traditions.