Episode 31: Where the Gospel Meets Environmentalism

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Synopsis: Christians say God is making a new earth, but what does that mean for how we treat the current one? Stories of Christians caught in the battle between science and faith.
Featuring contributions from atmospheric scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe (PBS’ Global Weirding), theologian Dr. Steve Bouma-Prediger (Hope College) and biologist Dr. Dale Gentry (Disciple Science)

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CREDITS

This episode was produced and written by Rachel Szabo. This episode was mixed by Anna Tran.

Senior Production by Jesse Eubanks.

Hosted by Jesse Eubanks and Rachel Szabo.

Soundtrack music from Murphy DX, Lee Rosevere, Podington Bear and Blue Dot Sessions.

Thank you to our interviewees: Keely Shultz, Dr. Dale Gentry and Dr. Steve Bouma-Prediger. Additional thanks to Dr. Katharine Hayhoe and Dr. William Nunery.

RESOURCES

Website: Disciple Science website

Website: The Evangelical Environmental Network

TED talk: Katharine Hayhoe’s full TED Talk

Article: Why Don’t Evangelicals Care About the Environment?

Pew Research Study: Religion and Views on Climate Issues

NPR: Why There’s a Divide Between Environmentalists and Evangelicals

Time Magazine: Climate Change Used to be a Bipartisan Issue. Here’s What Changed.

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