Christian Thoughts on Creation Care (Video)

General Thoughts

The Gospel and Creation Care (podcast)
2021.04.30 | Intersect Project – Christ and Culture series | Jonathan Wilson

The Goodness, the Glory, and the Goal of Creation
2020.10.08 | Carl F.H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding | Christopher J.H. Wright 

Serving Society and Caring for Creation
2016.05.07 | Wycliffe College at the University of Toronto | Christopher J.H. Wright

John Stott London Lecture 2013: Creation Care
2013.11 | A Rocha International | London UK | Christopher J.H. Wright

Caring for Creation: Is It Christian Mission?
2011.05.12 | A Rocha Canada | Trinity Western University, Langley BC | Christopher J.H. Wright

The larger theological dimension on a missional reading of the Bible, which is related to creation care

Reading the Whole Bible as the Mission of God
2020.10.19 | Acadia Divinity College | Christopher J.H. Wright

Reading the Whole Bible for Missions
2016.09.23 | Christopher J.H. Wright

The Church and Global Mission
2012.05.08 | Wycliffe Global Alliance | Christopher J.H. Wright

Goodness of Creation and Human Responsibility – A Conference (online) by L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

「關愛受造世界與福音」香港會議 Creation Care and the Gospel – Hong Kong Conference
2019.09.30 – 10.01 | 中國神學研究院 Chinese Graduate School of Theology

From A Rocha

A Rocha Talk series (by A Rocha Canada)

Love Your Place series (by A Rocha USA)

All of Life – Four talks by Dave Bookless @ the New Wine Netherlands Conference 2020

Caring for God’s Wounded World – a sermon by Dave Bookless, A Rocha International
2021.01 | St Paul’s Ealing, UK

Field Notes podcast (A Rocha International)
“A Rocha has always been a voice of hope in the environmental space. The Field Notes podcast, hosted by Peter Harris and Bryony Loveless, is an exploration of the ideas, practice and experience making a difference on the ground, through conversations with people who really know what they are talking about – from conservation scientists, explorers and biologists, to artists, entrepreneurs and theologians. They have hopeful stories to tell.”

  • Episode 1 – Paula Banza: Community, moths and wildfires (or, Why we cannot afford not to have hope)
  • Episode 2 – Florence Muindi: Health, poverty and conservation in the global south
  • Episode 3 – Paul Kariya: Mediation, reconciliation and climate change
  • Episode 4 – Ellen Davis: Biblical ecology, contemporary life and church teaching
  • more to come

On Christian Faith, Food and Farming

Faith, Food & Farming with Norman Wirzba (a CCRDA Public Event; video recording)
2020.10.09 | CCRDA, Food for the Hungry Canada | Norman Wirzba

Faith and Food: Norman Wirzba (podcast)
2021.05.14 | Intersect Project – Christ and Culture series | Norman Wirzba

  • How can we honor God through our eating? On today’s episode, theology professor Dr. Norman Wirzba discusses the connection between the Christian faith and the food we eat, expounding on the topic of his recent lecture from the Goodness of Creation and Human Responsibility conference.

On Christian Faith and the Climate Crisis

The Faith of a Climate Scientist: Katharine Hayhoe (podcast)
2021.04.16 | Intersect Project – Christ and Culture series | Katharine Hayhoe

  • What does climate change look like through the lens of Christianity? On today’s episode, atmospheric scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe shares her faith journey and expounds on her recent lecture from the Goodness of Creation and Human Responsibility conference.

Faith, Climate Change & Our Culture in the U.S. – Katharine Hayhoe
2020.02 | Auburn University

Christians and Climate Change with Dr. Katharine Hayhoe
2019.12 | The Meeting House

John Stott London Lecture 2017: ‘Climate and Faith in the Public Arena’ – Katharine Hayhoe
2017.11.16 | A Rocha International @ All Souls Church, Langham Place, London
The Keynote Talk

The Bible doesn’t talk about climate change, right?
2017.01.04 | Global Weirding with Katharine Hayhoe

“A Climate for Change: Paris and Beyond” – Exploring a Christian response to climate change (audio recording)
2016.01.16 | Tyndale University College and Seminary, Toronto ON
– hosted by Lorna Dueck of Context
– featured special guest speaker Katharine Hayhoe
– followed by a panel discussion, featuring Terry Leblanc, CEO and Director of My People International and NAIITS; David Wells, General Superintendent of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada; and Gord King, Resource Specialist for the Canadian Baptist Ministries.


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