- Friday, November 1, 2019
- 3:30 PM–5:00 PM
- Science Building Classroom 110
The 6 Americas & Religious Talk about the Environment
Kathi Groenendyk, Communication Department, Calvin University
In a divisive political culture, environmental policy and environmental action are often considered polarizing: either you are pro-environment or you are not. This presentation covers recent research that reveals the public's reaction is more nuanced than that, and so, too, is the range of Christian responses. From this, we can better understand how we should communicate with others about environmental topics.
About the Series
This seminar series explores interactions between Christian faith and scholarship in the natural and applied sciences.
Christian Perspectives in Science seminar topics vary over a range of interdisciplinary issues, drawing insights from religion, philosophy, astronomy, geology, biology, biotechnology, chemistry, physics, engineering, nursing, mathematics, computer science, psychology, sociology, history, and other departments and programs.
These seminars are free and open to the public.
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Other science-and-religion seminar series in the Grand Rapids area:
- Grand Dialogue in Science and Religion