In a recent article, we saw why Christians should care for creation. Yet too often, we don’t care about creation, and we have a distorted view of the entire material world. Why is that? One reason is that we’re surrounded by a multitude of competing worldviews. Believers can be confused by this multiplicity of views, which… Read More
As summer is in full swing, now is the time to perfect your summer reading list. Many of our Intersect contributors would like to recommend their suggestions. We shared one list of recommendations last week, and we’ll continue to share their recommendations over the coming weeks. This week, we highlight books on culture, American exceptionalism, pollution and “liturgies… Read More
What can children’s ministry teach you about God? Why did Evangelicals stop advocating for the environment? Why are millennials attracted to democratic socialism? What does Lightning McQueen teach us about bringing jobs to rural America? Get answers to these questions and more from Spence Spencer, Kaitlyn Schiess, Hugh Whelchel, Joseph Sunde and Brianna Copeland in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
Sustainable living sounds hard, but it doesn’t have to be. So much of sustainable living and caring for the environment is not about adding more things to our to-do list or our responsibilities, but about rethinking the way we are already living life. We are constantly making choices that have an effect on us and… Read More
Sustainable living doesn’t have to be hard. That’s the lesson we learned in my recent article about creation care and sustainable living. We saw how recycling can effectively change the health of the earth and that caring for creation intersects with a gospel-centered life. Today, let’s turn our attention to our use of plastic and discover… Read More