Tag Archives: Biblical worldview

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Riding Horses

It seems like for years now I’ve been trying to ride multiple horses—sort of like those circus riders who straddle two horses successfully because they can keep them close enough together to avoid falling in a heap between them.  Only … Continue reading »


Nature’s Divine Show

Since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse. (Romans 1:20) I’ve often used this verse and its context … Continue reading »


Is Anybody There?

  Last year (on August 8, 2011) National Public Radio had a program on evangelicals who where questioning the existence of a literal Adam and Eve, given the rather new widespread acceptance of man’s origin via evolution in Christian colleges and universities.  … Continue reading »


Confessing for the Church (Part 2)

[This is the last half of a confession I wrote in 1990 after I felt a clear calling to approach the evangelical community with a message of creation care as founder and president of the Christian Nature Federation.] In His … Continue reading »


Earth Day Thoughts for Christians

Sunday, April 22, will be the 42nd Earth Day.  I celebrated the 1st one in 1970 with the then typical “conservative” scoffing.  I celebrated the 20th one in 1990 manning a booth for my fledgling organization, the Christian Nature Federation, … Continue reading »