Posts tagged 'theology'

The death of hope?

Posted in: Comment
Date posted: 11 December 2018

This article was written by John Anderson and published in the Methodist Recorder. It explores the tension between hope and despair at the heart of the climate crisis, and how Christians might respond.

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New book by Bishop David Atkinson: Hope Rediscovered

Posted in: News
Date posted: 26 June 2018

With a foreword by former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, Hope Rediscovered draws on the Bible to explore today’s global challenges, including inequality, sustainable development and climate change.

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Trump, Paris and the Christian response to climate change

Posted in: Comment
Date posted: 5 June 2017

In light of recent news stories, our outreach campaigner Stephen Edwards contemplates the Biblical reasons for caring about climate change.

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‘Reconciling a Wounded Planet’: a participant’s view

Posted in: Comment
Date posted: 23 September 2015

Board members Jean Leston and Alex Mabbs represented Operation Noah at the ‘Reconciling a Wounded Planet’ conference in Coventry. Jean reports on the lessons learned.

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Bishop David Atkinson responds to the GWPF on ‘Laudato Si’.

Posted in: News
Date posted: 24 August 2015

Bishop David Atkinson has provided a comprehensive and robust repost to the Global Warming Policy Foundation briefing on the papal encyclical ‘Laudato Si’.

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Who is my brother or sister?

Posted in: Comment
Date posted: 22 June 2015

Revd Alex Mabbs, Operation Noah board member, reflects on the papal encyclical on the environment.pope francis encylical

Is that butterfly, struggling to survive because its normal source of food is no longer flowering at the right time in its life-cycle, my brother or sister? What about that Congolese woman crossing the Mediterranean in a fishing boat? It seems to me that this kind of question is at the heart of Pope Francis’ encyclical, Laudato si’. Read more

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