This excerpt was originally published in The Dallas Morning News. You can access the full article here.
by Rev. Dr. George Mason
Religion and science have never been fast friends, but they’d better become better friends fast.
The global ecological crisis is an existential threat that calls for all sectors of society to work together to preserve our human habitat. While this includes responsible participation from the business community and government, religious leaders and scientists must overcome their historic antipathy that thwarts planet-saving action.