Veronica Frans recently joined BioLogos to discuss environmental stewardship within the context of Christianity. As a PhD candidate, Frans addressed the ties between environmental stewardship and Christianity at BioLogos, a science advocacy organization founded by Francis Collins, the former director of the National Institute of Health and acting science advisor to President Joe Biden.
BioLogos is dedicated to reaching out to Christians about various topics in science, and they recently held an event focused on environmental stewardship. At this event, Frans spoke about biodiversity and the telecoupled relationships between humans and nature, emphasizing the opportunities to care for and love our telecoupled neighbors.
Her talk at the Summit was covered in Root & Vine Magazine, where she emphasized how decisions made by humans impact other parts of the world and the people residing in those areas. These decisions ultimately affect biodiversity and the environment, forcing both human and nature to adapt and make decisions that further impact other parts of the world.
During the event, Frans emphasized the far-reaching impacts of environmental decisions and changes, emphasizing the interconnectedness of all living beings. This perspective on environmental stewardship within the context of Christianity sheds new light on the importance of considering