Stephen G. Dunbar

Stephen G. Dunbar, Ph.D., is a marine biologist in the Department of Earth and Biological Sciences at Loma Linda University, where he is the graduate biology program director. His current research involves the study and conservation of endangered sea turtles in Honduras. He is coeditor and a contributing author of an upcoming volume entitled Entrusted: Christians and Environmental Care.

Owning Creation

Taking the next step

Global environmental issues are affecting the creation we’re a part of. These environmental issues are critically important to the world at large, but are they relevant for Seventh-day Adventists? 

The answer to this question depends on two broad perspectives—our worldview and our theology. Let’s take a closer look at these crucial elements.

The Adventist Worldview

In line with Israel’s experience during biblical times and the experience of the early Christian church, Adventists have often focused on the Christian journey. We are pilgrims and strangers on this planet. Hymns that are part of our Adventist …

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