Daniel Spencer, Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Montana, reflects on care for creation as a biblically rooted Christian practice. This is the seventh film to the 13 part series On Our Way.
Dan Spencer talks about creation care and it's relationship to the Trinity, to our neighbors and to justice.
The Church's ambiguous legacy of creation care.
Are we in opposition to Creation? Have we become less human by trying to be God instead of surrendering to Jesus and becoming an icon of the Lord? Claudio Oliver on being icons vs managers.
Dan Spencer talks about the gift of God's breath to us and creation and our relationship to both. It is good.
You are not a prisoner to death.
Shane Claiborne on creation and having resurrection eyes.
Dan Spencer talks about our humanly origins and God's covenant with all of creation.
God so loved the world he became a part of it. Dan Spencer reflects on the care for creation in the church.
Are you amazed with God's creation?
What happens when you die?
We are often taught that evolution requires the concept of “competition” to be at its very core. In this third video of the series “Emergent Evolution, Spirituality and God,” Philip Clayton talks about recent scientific discoveries that show how organisms work together symbiotically to create ever new forms of cooperation.
Dan Spencer suggests we should accept our position of power and take care of creation through compassionate dominion.
Richard Rohr on beauty.
Technology is both a gift and a burden.
Dan Spencer connects loving the earth with loving the neighbor.
Miroslav Volf encourages us to see beyond our normal ways of seeing.
Poet Micah Bournes talks about God, us and creating..and shares a sweet poem.
Richard Rohr on eco-spirituality.
Ellen Davis on food and salvation.
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