Description: Informed by contemporary scientific insights, guided by critical religious perspectives, formed by spiritual traditions, and trained in practical public strategies, this course equips members to learn, reflect, and act in response to today’s and tomorrow’s environmental crises. The course regularly interweaves the perspectives of guest scientists, activists, and theologians to addresses effective and equitable responses to environmental injustice. Delivery Mode – in person and online synchronous seminar. This course equips members to be public church theologians in dialog with scientists, health-care providers, and activists in engaging environmental injustice and ecological healing for the life of the world.
Seminary: Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
Science areas: Sustainability, environmental science, ecology, healthRHTH507 Future of Creation (Stewart, Woloschak)