Ross Macmillan, August 2014.
Dominion over nature — Is traditional Christianity really the eco-villain?
Robert Brennan, August 2014.
Review of Sir John Houghton's book 'In the Eye of the Storm'
John Pilbrow, August 2014.
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FAQs about climate change
Chris Mulherin, March 2014
Review of J Wanliss' book 'Resisting the Green Dragon: dominion, not death'
Ian Hore-Lacy, December 2013.
Leviathan: A reflection on ‘natural evil’ and the goodness of creation
Jonathan Clarke, March 2011
On prophets, kings, priests and counsellors
Richard Gijsbers, December 2010.
Scarcity or Abundance?
Presented by John Modra at the ISCAST Vic Intensive 2010
The challenge of different Christian approaches to the environment debate.
Presented by Richard Gijsbers at the at the ISCAST Vic Intensive 2010
Review of "The Faraday Papers" (various authors)
Ian Hore-Lacy, August 2010.
Review of Robert White (ed.) book 'Creation in crisis: Christian perspectives on sustainability'
Ian Hore-Lacy, July 2010.
Addressing world needs
Ian Hore-Lacy, December 2009.
Stewardship of the rural environment: care, use, enjoy - and rest!
Ross Macmillan, November 2009.
History's science lesson for Fielding
Chris Mulherin, August 2009.
Climate change: problem or opportunity? Understanding climate change in the context of the Gospel
Brian Edgar and Mick Pope, June 2009.
Review of Colin A Russell's book 'Saving Planet Earth: A Christian Response'
Ian Hore-Lacy, February 2009.
Seed time and harvest…a reflection
Ross Macmillan, September 2008.
The Great Global Warming swindle: a response
Ian Hore-Lacy, July 2007.
Ethics in Research
Bruce Craven, December 2006.
Forests for Beginners: a Primer
Richard Gijsbers, July 2006.
Responding to the Challenge of Climate Change
Richard Gijsbers, September 2007.
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