Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Good Stuff in TEC: North Carolina

Conference focuses on 'Theology of Sustainability'

Two Durham Episcopal churches, St. Philip's and St. Luke's, are serving as partner sites for Trinity Institute's 39th National Theological Conference, beginning tonight.

This is an event open to all interested folks in the area.
"Radical Abundance: A Theology of Sustainability," Jan. 21-23, will be Webcast live in the parish hall at St. Philip's, 403 E. Main St. Participants will take part in Q-and-A forums via e-mail and reflect on the speakers' presentations in small discussion groups.

In its early phases, environmental theology spoke as if the church could isolate natural environmental policy from issues of social and economic justice, but now the church is recognizing the far-reaching interdependence of social and natural ecology.

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