Global warming & Christian responsibility

By Robert White 07 Apr 2014

This lecture covers material in chapters 1 & 3 of 'Christianity, Climate Change and Sustainable Living' (Spencer & White), beginning with the scientific case in favour of global climate change.

Professor White then outlines the theological perspective on why we should care for the environment. He concludes by exploring how Christian values should play a key role in our response.

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The Art of Darkness

Philip Pullman, author of His Dark Materials, is well known for his antipathy towards religion. Yet his atheism has a distinctively Christian flavour. In this new paper, Tony Watkins argues that although Pullman insists that this world is all there is, he seems constantly drawn towards ideas of transcendence.

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