About the Science and the Theology of Climate Change course
A Christian Response to the Big Issue of Today
This presentation will be in two parts.
In the first section we will look at the latest on climate change. Where are we on the science and policy? What are the latest data, and how is humanity responding. Was COP27 a success, and where do we go from here?
In the second section we will consider a theological and practical response. How do we reflect theologically on climate change? How are Christians involved?
No previous scientific or theological study is necessary to join the course.
About the tutors
Dr Martin Hodson is a plant scientist and environmental biologist, and writes and speaks widely on faith and environment.
The Revd Margot Hodson is Director of Theology and Education for the John Ray Initiative, and is a rural vicar in West Oxfordshire.
This course is part of the Science for Seminaries programme to enhance teaching on ethics by exploring the interface of science and theology.
The Sarum College Science and Faith Lecture Series is funded by a grant to promote science-engaged theology from the ‘Science for Seminaries’ programme run by Equipping Christian Leadership in an Age of Science (ECLAS).
The Sarum College Science and Faith Lectures
Free online Mondays 7-8.30pm from 30 January to 6 March 2023.
Science and the Theology of Catastrophe
with Roger Abbott
Science and the Theology of Wellbeing
with Gillian Straine
Science and the Theology of Evolution
with Bethany Sollereder
Science and the Theology of Dementia
with Joanna Collicutt
Science and the Theology of Wonder
with David Wilkinson