In this episode, I pick out a few key points from the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report Summary for Policy Makers.
How does our theology of God influence how we live in the world. In this episode I look at Thomas Oord's new book Open and Relational Theism and think about this helps us address climate change.
Should Christians watch, or turn away from animal violence in wildlife documentaries? Of what value is watching predation? What kind of wildlife documentaries should we watch?
In this episode, I suggest that the gospel is good news for all creation. Climate change and creation care are not a distraction from the gospel, properly understood.
The Great Barrier Reef may be listed as in danger. Why is this the case? Why are reefs so important, and what does the bible have to say?
In this episode, I engage with Charles Foster's fascinating Being A Beast: Adventures Across the Species Divide. Time to abandon a little human self-importance and get to know our nonhuman neighbours for World Environment Day.
Christianity and science have often been pictured as opposed. In a time of climate change and COVID, we need to move beyond this conflict to fight the threat these issues present.