Podcast Series: Eating Thoughtfully

By JubileeCentre 13 Aug 2019

Alongside the release of our new book, Thoughtful Eating: A biblical perspective on food, relationships and the environment, we've produced a four-part companion podcast series, 'Eating Thoughtfully'.

The podcast series features interviews with some of the leading Christian thinkers and activists on food and the environment, including Ruth Valerio (Director of Global Advocacy, Tearfund), Professor Norman Wirzba (author of 'Food and Faith: A Theology of Eating') and Caroline Pomeroy (Director, Climate Stewards). It was written and produced by the 2019 participants of the Jubilee Centre's SAGE Graduate Programme, Hannah Eves, Katherine Martin and Andrew Phillips.

The four episodes are available below. They're also available on Apple Podcast and Google Play, just search 'Jubilee Centre'.

Episode 1: Introduction

Episode 2: ‘To till and to tend’ with Caroline Pomeroy

Episode 3: ‘Give us this day our daily bread’ with Norman Wirzba

Episode 4: ‘Eating joyfully, relationally and sustainably with Ruth Valerio

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