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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Reducing Disaster Risk: creation care and neighbour love

Amy Donovan uses current research in disaster studies to argue that, for Christians, caring for the environment is a form of the Christian concept of 'neighbour love', which is about knowing that our neighbour is anyone we are aware of, understanding what they are going through and helping to bear their burden. 

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