In March’s ‘Lutheran Witness’

From the distinctive features of Earth to the necessity of the sun, from overpopulation to human genes, articles in the March Lutheran Witness explain how Christians can and ought to use science and reason in their proper places — in service to Scripture.

They also clarify what happens when people turn from caring for creation to worshipping it, what to make of the Big Bang theory and whether or not science makes God redundant. Still other articles discuss climate change, creation and evolution, and why the gorilla Harambe — killed by zoo staff after a small child fell into his cage — made such huge news.

Interested in these substantial topics? Go to to subscribe, because as author Dr. John Warwick Montgomery notes, “A secular world desperately needs thinking, rational Christians.”

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Posted March 3, 2017

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