Global Warming and Climate Grief

Some people like to refer to the state of the environment as “climate change” because that sounds a little less intense. In today’s episode, Erin argues for why we need to move to more appropriate phrases and how to get past the climate grief that comes with battling climate breakdown. Listen: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify.

Caring for the Earth

Since Revelation is not proposing that in the end we leave Earth to rot and burn, but that it will be redeemed and made new, we should really start to care more about our little planet. Rather than turn Revelation into predictions about when God’s coming back, we should start to use it to recognize…

Christian Environmentalism

While many have created a theology that says nature doesn’t matter, Genesis is very much about humanity being put in charge of taking care of the planet. In today’s podcast I express a few reasons why I think Christians often aren’t concerned with environmentalism and then try to show us some passages in a different…

Patience Beyond Ourselves

According to Guinness World Records, the world’s longest continuously running laboratory experiment is the pitch drop experiment. Pitch is a sort of tar that was used back in the day to waterproof boats. You may remember it being mentioned in the story of Noah (Gn 6:14). Now if you don’t know anything about pitch, you…