Imperiled Wildlife from a Biblical Perspective

The Biblical perspective on biodiversity doesn't directly address the issue of endangered species. Theologians construct the argument for protecting endangered species from various biblical and ethical frameworks. Some are utilitarian are expressly anthropocentric--we protect species because they might be useful for us, as sources of medicine, useful products, or for the services they provide (like … Continue reading Imperiled Wildlife from a Biblical Perspective

Keeping it real in the market for Christmas trees

Does the prospect of choosing a Christmas tree fill you with the same environmental angst that you get when confronted with “paper or plastic”? or “cloth or disposable diapers”? Those are actually two very hard questions, mainly because there’s not a whole lot of difference in the environmental impact of the alternatives. You can think … Continue reading Keeping it real in the market for Christmas trees