Sandy and Climate Change- A Conversation with Katharine Hayhoe

Listen in as Alexei talks with Dr. Katharine Hayhoe of Texas Tech University to talk about the science related to climate change and hurricanes and in particular the science around major weather events like Hurricane Sandy. They also talk about some of latest science around climate change. Katharine who along with her husband pastor Andrew Farley, is the author of A Climate for Change: Global Warming Facts for Faith Based Decisions.Katharine is a preeminent climate scientist who teaches at Te … [Read more...]

An Interview with Dr. Fred Van Dyke Executive Director of Au Sable

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by Alexei Laushkin1. Why did you choose to become the Executive Director of Au Sable?I spent some time, in prayer, reflection, and fasting, working to answer three questions: could I do the job, did I want to do the job, and should I apply to do the job. I found, over time, that the answer I received to all three questions was yes. I increasingly felt called to be a part of leading Au Sable’s ministries in caring for creation.2. What is your vision for the Institute under your l … [Read more...]

The Late 20th Century Spike in Asthma

by Alexei LaushkinAsthma is a late 20th century phenomenon that might have strong environmental factors. Although humans have always had some Asthma sufferers the late 20th century saw something rather an unusual. From 1980 to 1996 asthma prevalence increased roughly 74 percent in the United States. A new study published in The Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine says that environmental factors may have played a significant role and ought to be more fully explored. … [Read more...]

In Memory: Larry Gibson

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by Alexei LaushkinI had a chance to meet Larry Gibson a few times during my life. Larry was a leading voice opposed to Mountain Top Removal, the process by which a mountain is blown up to more easily get out the coal seams in the those very mountains. I had an opportunity to visit the Kayford Mountain during the Creation Care Prayer Walk.For those of you who have a heart for space and location and home you won’t want to miss this short clip that gives you a sense of the man and his p … [Read more...]

Loving the Lord with All of Your Mind

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Listen in as we talk with Pastor Tri Robinson of Boise Vineyard about creation care, heirloom Christianity, and much more. You won't want to miss this special edition 40 minute creation care podcast. … [Read more...]

A Conversation with Timothy Dalrymple

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On this podcast Alexei talks with Timothy Dalrymple of Patheos.com. Among many tasks Tim oversees the Evangelical Channel for Patheos.com. Listen in as they talk about the Patheos Evangelical Channel, his background in the evangelical community, the recent shooting at Family Research Council, evangelicals & politics, and much more. You can read more of Tim's writing at Philosophical Fragments.  … [Read more...]

CO2 Reductions Highlight Need for Made in America Clean Energy

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by Mitch Hescox & Alexei LaushkinThe hottest July on record, drought plaguing almost two-thirds of the US, and Arctic sea ice at historic low levels. God's creation needs a little good news and we just got it. US carbon pollution is declining with emissions at their lowest point in 20 years. With that the US has made deeper and faster cuts in carbon pollution emissions than any country in the world over the last 6 years. It's not enough to avert the moral challenges that are and will be … [Read more...]


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