A podcast for those interested in thinking about science and environmental issues from a Christian perspective.
Episode 12: Does history have a future? Human vocation & divine mastery in the Anthropocene
This episode looks at the idea of tipping points in society, and how keeping the Sabbath provides us as a way of tipping history in the right direction.
Episode 11: Beauty will save the natural world
This episode examines the role that beauty or aesthetics can play in developing an ecotheology that drives us to care for the natural world, or creation. See the paper at: https://www.academia.edu/30035805/_All_Things_Bright_and_Beautiful_Toward_an_Aesthetic_Ecotheology
Episode 10: Local politics and community living
Part 2 of Mick's discussion with climate activist Claire Harvey on running for local politics and trying to establish "the digs," an example of community living.
Episode 9: Ecological conversion and motherhood
Mick sits down to talk to writer and activist Claire Harvey about ecological conversion and motherhood in an age of climate crisis.
Episode 8: Learning to love the night
Mick reviews Matt Gaw's Under the stars: A journey into the light (part 1) and the reflects on the night sky and human significance in Psalm 8 (part 2).
Episode 7: Loving your neighbour in a warming world part 3: Challenging empire.
The backstory of the Parable of the Good Samaritan points to the role of empire land unjust structures. Christians in the modern world are called to challenge the empires of our day, especially those driving the climate crisis.
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Dr Mick Pope is a voice Christians need to hear.
So thankful to Dr Mick Pope’s work and witness.
A voice to be respected
To use an Australian term, Mick Pope has the runs on the board. He has years of experience in researching the science of climate change and why it is a central gospel issue for Christians. This is a podcast that is needed, and is given by a respected and established voice in the field. Highly recommended.