I hope, with this weblog, to begin to offer Bible-believing readers a more Christ-centered source of commentary and analysis on matters related to global climate and energy — more Christ-centered than has been available within the Anglophone internet thus far.
In addition to being an avid student of nature and science, I am a serious student of the Holy Bible as well, our Word of God. God has much to say to us in His Word about climate and energy — and nature in general. I hope and pray that I will have many opportunities to discuss these things with readers.
Please note that, after today, I intend always to link to this blog from any comments that I post elsewhere on the internet. (The link should generally be found by rolling your mouse over my name at the beginning of the comment.)
Therefore, if you see a comment that does not have such a link, you should not assume that it is my comment. It could be someone else with the same name as me, or it could be someone impersonating me. I have not yet encountered either situation, but I cannot rule it out, either.
To all readers, regardless of faith: please feel free to leave any comments or questions (of a calm and clean nature) that you may have, including on general subjects. I cannot, of course, promise that I will reply to all comments and questions, but I will do what I can.
The present world is a complex and, in many ways, hazardous place. We of the church of Jesus Christ, face new and expanding challenges all the time. One of those is trying to understand diverse points of view regarding nature and science — including and especially those points of view that God has offered us and wants us to receive. It is my sincere hope and prayer that this blog can be of assistance in that regard.
Let us pray, then, that we will all be guided by the Lord God our Creator, and only by Him, in our quest for further truth and understanding about the current events of the world that He has temporarily placed us in. And let us pray the same for all those of another faith for whom it may be the will of the Lord that they should work with us in that quest, whether or not they shall ultimately believe. And let us, finally, pray that for those who shall walk that path alongside us, while not being in belief, that if it should the Father’s will, He would draw them to Him as quickly as possible.
Lord, in Jesus’ holy Name we pray the foregoing; amen.
Richard T. Fowler
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