We Are Not Saving the Earth; We Are Saving Ourselves

Life will go on, but we might not

Wildfire, due to climate change
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Once one of my best friends asked his biology professor a question, and keep in mind we were in a church-founded college: “If God created the world for us only, why did he create dinosaurs too? Didn’t the Bible say God created everything for our benefit? We didn’t use dinosaurs.”

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I’m an associate professor in psychology at a small university in southern New Mexico. I like playing musical instruments, basketball, and writing stories.

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Mark Chu

Mark Chu

I’m an associate professor in psychology at a small university in southern New Mexico. I like playing musical instruments, basketball, and writing stories.

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