I grew up immersed in a culture of storytelling and singing, forming a system of remarkable consistency and integrity. Read More >
Dr. Calvin B. DeWitt is a scientist, writer, and conservationist whose work builds bridges among environmental science, ethics and practice. DeWitt is Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, co-founder of the Evangelical Environmental Network, and Director emeritus of the Au Sable Institute. He serves as president of the Academy of Evangelical Scientists and Ethicists, an organization dedicated to responsible stewardship of creation, and lives at the Waubesa Marsh in Wisconsin, were he has created a sanctuary for animals to travel a glacial drumlin island that emerges from the marsh.
“How does the world work?” “What is right?” “What then must we do?” This science-ethics-praxis triad is a framework for living, learning, teaching,... Read More >
“How do you, as a scientist, as a student of the Scriptures, and as someone directly involved in town politics, put it all together?” they asked. Read More >