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A Response to Scott Sabin's 'Whole Earth Evangelism'

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Selected writers respond to Scott Sabin from around the globe.

Etienne is not a Filipino name, but the settings and scenarios of Etienne's life shared by Scott Sabin are realities in many places in the Philippines. The Philippines is a tropical country of 7,107 islands. ...

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While I don't disagree with Scott Sabin's thoughts, I am uncomfortable with "piling on more doom and gloom." True, the average North American is disconnected from the environment, and that disconnect ...

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Scott Sabin rightly mentioned the heartbreaking situation of Haiti. In video images of the recent tragic earthquake, we saw a striking contrast between the denuded wilderness of the west side of the island ...

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