Thanks Illuminating language about climate science & impact on humanity: We have a "spirit of power" to get over climate change action fear-of loss of way of life, of being told habits are bad for society, of changes that leave us worse off
"(C)aring about this planet and every living thing on it is not somehow antithetical to who we are as Christians, but rather central to it." Great piece by , a self-described climate scientist, evangelical Christian and Canadian. 🇨🇦🌎
"I am a theological evangelical . . . someone who takes the Bible seriously. This stands in stark contrast to today's political evangelicals, whose statement of faith is written first by their #politics and only a distant second by the Bible": via
I'm a climate scientist and I care about climate change #BecauseOfMyFaith
I missed this deeply insightful piece about climate change and faith by when it was first published, but I am glad to discover it today.
From : Climate change is not a belief system. We know the climate is changing thanks to observations and data we can see with our eyes and test with the minds God has given us, writes the climate scientist and evangelical Katharine Hayhoe.
From : Climate change is not a belief system. We know the climate is changing thanks to observations and data we can see with our eyes and test with the minds God has given us, writes the climate scientist and evangelical Katharine Hayhoe.
“Being concerned about climate change is a genuine expression of our faith, bringing our attitudes and actions more closely into line with who we already are and what we most want to be.” via
I am so inspired by 's talks at the Bishop's School and ! Who you are right now is the PERFECT person to care about climate change👨🏿‍⚕️👩🏼‍🌾👨🏻‍🍳👩🏽‍🚒🤱🏻 we have a responsibility to care for our planet and everything/one that inhabits it 🌎
"Connecting our identity to action is key & that’s exactly why I don’t typically begin with science when starting conversations re climate change w/ those who disagree. Rather, I begin by talking re what we share most" writes #ENVS1000
US Christians are doing next to nothing about climate change despite the fact that climate change may bring massive harm to the global poor, who are among "the least of these." Christian climate scientist Dr. Hayhoe explains why:
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I’m a Climate Scientist Who Believes in God. Hear Me Out.
This OpEd is revealing for the tribal corruption of science. Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe has to first announce "I'm on your religious team" (evangelical Christian) before she explains why she accepts global warming as real and human caused.
Absolutely brilliant article by , and conveys my thoughts and opinions perfectly - I've been making the exact same arguments myself for years (she just does it much more eloquently!) #ClimateChange #climatescientist #Christian
Another great message from the inimitable : I’m a Climate Scientist Who Believes in God. Hear Me Out.