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Theology and climate change: a personal journey - Revd Dr Paula Clifford

Theology and climate change: a personal journey - Revd Dr Paula Clifford

Paula will be reflecting on the challenge of formulating a theological approach to climate change, in the context of international development, in working with churches and other faith groups, and in encouraging personal lifestyle choices. She will pose the particular question: do we have a sufficiently robust theology from which to address the ever-increasing complexities of the current climate crisis?

Dr Paula Clifford has published widely on topics as diverse as medieval French and popular theology. She is author of A Brief History of End Time: Prophecy and Apocalypse, then and now (2016). Having been a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4’s Thought for the Day and teaching Medieval French and Linguistics at the University of Reading and University of Oxford, she spent 13 years working for Christian Aid, first in communications and then as Head of Theology. Paula is now a priest in the Church of England.

For details of the zoom meeting, please email info@pcnmalvern.org.uk

Location:
Via zoom
Speakers:
Revd Dr Paula Clifford

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Thinking Science, Thinking Faith

Thinking Science, Thinking Faith

This twice-postponed event has now been rescheduled for Saturday 26th March 2022.

The Keynote Speaker for this conference is Prof Tom McLeish FRS, Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Department of Physics, University of York.

Location:
Friends Meeting House, Friargate, York, YO1 9RL
Speakers:
Tom McLeish, Martin Bassant, Jemima Parker, Ian Lovett, Ian Cooke

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