This is as funny as it is informative!
Earth Day, April 22, is upon us once again, and while it may have a different feel this year we can be sure all things environmental are still going to be celebrated by the secular media. However, there as an important aspect of environmentalism that is not praiseworthy: placing the interests of plants and animals either alongside or above those of people. This is a difference that distinguishes environmentalism from biblical stewardship, where we are entrusted with the responsibility of caring for creation (Gen. 1:28) but are also the pinnacle of it (Gen. 1:26-27, Ps. 8:3-9). This article highlights the enormous damage done when that is forgotten.
Would we dive into our Bibles more eagerly if we understood just how little time it takes to dig deep? Click for the full chart.
The Christian satire site, in their own unique way, made their point with the headline: “Facebook to award everyone printable medical degree.”
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You’re in a conversation about marriage, and someone says, “The Church opposing same-sex marriage is like how the Church used to oppose interracial marriage” How would you respond?