Christians and Climate Change

12 Nov

Sometimes the wisest approach is the simplest.

Sarah Posner and Katharine Hayhoe take a less confrontational route for secularists and Christians to take on the politics of climate change. What I like about Hayhoe’s tack is, that it starts from the premise, that a Christian could start from a perfectly valid theological perspective and reach compromise with a non-Christian for non-theological reasons.

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