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All articles & reviews tagged with environmentalism

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March 2020
Articles > Cultural and Ethical

The gospel of Greta

Last year saw the canonisation of Greta Thunberg. Her formal elevation to sainthood came as no surprise. She had already achieved an untouchable status. Her utterances such as: ‘I want you to panic, I want you to feel the fear I feel every day’ (Jan. 2019, World Economic Forum) and ‘We are in the…

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March 2020
Articles > Comment

Have environmental instincts, but beware of another gospel

In this edition of Evangelical Times, Alan Thomas has some strong things to say about ‘The gospel of Greta’ (p.21). He is surely right to highlight the dangers of presenting anyone other than Christ as a messiah figure. And he is also surely right to say that we as evangelicals should have ‘environmental instincts’…

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Review

Reviews > Book

Environmentalism and the Death of Science: Exposing the Lie of Eco-Religion

Canadian writer Timothy Bloedow’s book is a powerful, full throttled exposé of the modern environmental movement. But more than that: not just critiquing a scientific movement, the book identifies a full blown politico-religious movement ‘in direct competition with Christianity’. Environmentalists are ‘much more concerned about implementing a social and ideological revolution than they are…

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Reviews > Book

L Is For Lifestyle: Christian Living That Doesn’t Cost the Earth

Ruth Valerio is the manager of A. Rocha’s Living Lightly 24-1 project, and a member of Revelation Church, Chichester, where she leads a cell group and preaches regularly. She is very gifted, with a theology degree from Cambridge and an MA from the London School of Theology. She is also a popular conference speaker especially…

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October 1997
Articles > Scientific (including creation)

Should christians be green?

In August, the oil giant BP withdrew its £1.4 million court action against Greenpeace Ltd, the British arm of the worldwide environmental crusade, lifting the threat of bankruptcy from the UK organization. Almost certainly, however, we have not heard the last of the matter. Activists from Greenpeace had invaded a BP drilling platform in…

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