D. Andrew (“Drew”) Crain is Professor of Biology at Maryville College in East Tennessee. Passionate about his undergraduate students, Drew has won the “Teacher of the Year” award several times and can often be found teaching and leading hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Dr. Crain’s main area of research is focused on environmental health, but recently his scholarly activities have turned to the compatibility of science and Christianity. Drew is active in his local church, where he has served as elder, pastoral council member, and Bible study teacher for the past 20 years.
Environmental Ethics and Motivations for Christians
Seventy years after Aldo Leopold wrote A Sand County Almanac, many Christians have still not embraced an environmental ethic. Crain provides biblical, environmental and practical angles to embracing the land.
5 Lessons Learned from Teaching College Students about Science and Christianity
Drew Crain discusses the five things he's learned from helping his university students appreciate the importance of both science and faith in modern society.
Science & Christianity: Past, Present, and Future
“This 5-session study provides Christians scriptural considerations and scholarly information on some of the most fundamental, modern scientific concepts (creation, evolution, conservation, and transhumanism) so that both science and faith will be seen as critical components of a flourishing life.”