Creation Justice Theology Videos
Green teams and congregations can dive deeper into creation justice theology by watching and discussing these five videos of theologians and pastors who explore critical issues in depth. Because some of these videos run longer than an hour, it may be advisable to select excerpts that are the appropriate length for viewing and allowing time for discussion.
“Individual Salvation vs. Cosmic Balance: An American Indian Perspective”
Lecture at Yale Divinity School by Dr. Tink Tinker (Osage Nation) from the Iliff School of Theology
“A New Climate for Theology: God, the World, and Global Warming”
Lecture at Yale Divinity School by Dr. Sallie McFague from Vancouver School of Theology
“Mercy, Mercy Me, Things Ain’t What They Used to Be”
Keynote reflection on Genesis 1 at the Green The Church Summit by the Rev. Dr. Frederick Haynes III from Friendship-West Baptist Church
“Just Breathe: Sermon on Genesis 1”
Sermon focused on the divine feminine in Genesis 1 at Old South Church in Boston by the Rev. Mariama White-Hammond from New Roots AME Church
“A Christian Approach to Environmental Concern”
Lecture at Brigham Young University by Dr. Norman Wirzba from Duke Divinity School
More videos can be found through the Creation Justice Webinar playlist on YouTube.
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