Description: An exploration of human relations to the natural world from a Christian theological perspective. Through the examination of texts and place-based experiences, students will critically engage issues in ecology, creation care, land justice, and anthropocentrism.
This course is part of the Climate Change Pilot Program grant funded by American Association for the Advancement of Science. The project helps a diverse group of seminaries integrate climate change science into their core curricula. Two sessions of this course will include discussions with a science advisor about climate change science in relation to the natural world in Christian theological perspective. The goals of these sessions are to help students faithfully engage with climate change science in their faith communities.
Seminary: Ambrose Seminary
Science areas: Environmental ScienceAmbrose-TH 6XX- Seminary Syallbus-AAAS Version-Fall 2022