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Evangelical Environmental Network

The administration’s forward-thinking leadership on hydrogen cannot be a substitute for reducing our oil dependence and transportation pollution today. We can do both. The situation with Iraq is a stark reminder of our dependence. Part of the reason the U.S. government is concerned about Saddam Hussein is that no one wants him to have undue […] Read More

“Undiscerning believers think it a profound ministry strategy to join forces with unregenerate people in forwarding the gospel,” wrote Christian singer Steve Camp in a six-page open letter criticizing the Christian music community. Christian recording artists Third Day and Michael W. Smith and author Max Lucado have teamed up with Chevrolet for a 16-city tour […] Read More

“What Would Jesus Drive?”

Obeying Jesus in our transportation choices is one of the great Christian obligations and opportunities of the 21st century. Making transportation choices that threaten millions of human beings violates Jesus’ basic commandments: “Love your neighbor as yourself” (Mk 12:30-31) and “Do to others as you would have them do to you” (Lk 6:31). While growing […] Read More

Practicing the Three Rs

When people ask me what simple things they can do as individuals and as families to care for God’s creation, something I suggest is that they practice the Three Rs: reduce, reuse, recycle. Reduce Find ways to reduce your consumption of products, high-impact foods and energy. Each product you buy has already created various impacts […] Read More

Outdoor air pollution is dangerous, especially during the May-September smog season. But indoor air pollution poses a problem as well, and it’s one that has been around for a while. In the 19th century, two of the most respected experts on the care and management of a household were daughters of famed clergyman Lyman Beecher: […] Read More