For Katharine Hayhoe, climate change isn’t just a topic of study or her area of expertise; it’s what she calls “an everything issue.” Hayhoe, who is a leading climate science expert, told Sojourners that everybody everywhere “already has everything they need to care about climate change”
Christians organize prayer campaign ahead of climate change conference in Glasgow.
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In his first hours as president, Joe Biden will aim to strike at the heart of President Donald Trump’s policy legacy, signing a series of executive actions that reverse his predecessor’s orders on immigration, climate change, and handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Posters linking Christ’s birth with the climate emergency have been springing up all over the country.
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For the first time, a majority of Protestant pastors believe global warming is happening and caused by humans. "Fewer pastors are rejecting global warming and climate change out of hand," said Scott McConnell, executive director of LifeWay Research. Yet he finds pastors are still split
If we listen to experts, we can see disaster looming. We know that the sooner we act, the smaller our losses. Yet the lure of wanting things to return to normal after the pandemic is strong.
Why are conservative white evangelical U.S. Christians unmoved over the threat of climate change? Explanations are varied, but one popular theory suggests that end-times theology has primed evangelicals for apathy.
We saw a prophetic example earlier this week at the United Nations. And like many of the Old Testament prophets, this modern one did not come from a prominent position of power. But God doesn’t usually speak through the powerful.
LINDAU, Germany (RNS) — The 10th Religions for Peace World Assembly launched Tuesday (Aug. 20) with calls for religious groups to take decisive action on the main geopolitical issues of the day. Almost every religious leader who spoke at the opening ceremony called communities of
What has happened to us that conversations about our cosmic home have become so divisive? What would happen if we were all curious enough to learn from science, scripture, and one another?