The Christian view brings a compelling toolkit to reason about the best way to cultivate and keep God’s good world.

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Some 3,000 world leaders gathered at the 50th annual World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland this January to examine challenges facing the global economy. As they met, one theme rose above all others — the environment, and the role businesses and governments must play to address what many call a climate crisis. This is not a new conversation. But what might be new is the level of serious in

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