Contemplating Earth With Jim Green

World Community for Christian Meditation (The)

We now all know – except those who are strenuously doing their best to deny it – that the Earth is in grave danger. The conditions for human life, even the conditions for life itself, are severely threatened. There have been previous radical shifts of climate as well as catastrophic mass extinctions across the almost …
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Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia and PEI

The Connectors is a group that journeys over the course of 12 months to explore fresh approaches to flourishing ministry. It involves reflection, prayer, discussion, study, goal-setting, trying out missional initiatives, mutual peer support and more! ü Do you sense that God is nudging you to try something new? ü Do you wish to reach …
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God and Climate Change: A Biblical Perspective

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This course explores the question “Where is God in Climate Change?” from a biblical perspective. In virtually every form of media Climate Change is seen as an ever-present explanation for many natural disasters and crises, as well as an illustration of human failure, the result of our abuse of the earth’s environment. At the same …
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Science and Faith: What does Athens have to do with Jerusalem?

Candler School of Theology at Emory University

The early Christian writer Tertullian asked the question, “What does Athens have to do with Jerusalem?”, that is, what is the relationship between what we learn about the world by our own efforts (science) and what God has revealed to us (faith)? This course will explore that question by looking at areas where the conclusions …
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Eco-Theology (by Zoom)

Thorneloe University

3 credits, Instructor: Dr. Ryan Turnbull.

Doctor of Philosophy in Theological Studies (PhD)

Toronto School of Theology

The PhD program trains candidates to carry out innovative research. Successful candidates qualify to teach theological (and related) subjects in universities, liberal arts colleges and theological schools. Candidates are also equipped for positions of leadership in ecclesiastical and related organizations, or for academically enhanced ministerial practice. Wycliffe’s PhD program is administered by the Toronto School of Theology.  Students …
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Available Video Courses

Select Learning

Please see the website for the online store for all video courses produced by Select Learning. This is a program which grew out of the Lutheran church in the USA (ELCA), and aims to offer quality theological learning experiences for personal, congregational and professional learning. Over the years, they appear to have accumulated a broad …
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Religions and Ecology: Restoring the Earth Community

Yale Divinity School

Enroll in these free courses from Yale University and Coursera to understand the ecological teachings and practices of religious traditions across the planet. These Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) explore the ecological dimensions of the world’s religions. Developed over the course of several years, they draw on a rich variety of lectures, videos, readings, and …
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Master of Arts in Theology & Ecology

Princeton Theological Seminary

Assuming the sacredness and interdependence of all creation, and in recognition of the world’s exhaustion, brokenness, and systemic injustices, the Master of Arts in Theology and Ecology (MTE) forms leaders for service by immersing participants in a community of embodied theological reflection, rooted in Princeton Theological Seminary’s Farminary, and by attending to the intimate connections …
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