Bullard-Templeton Lecture in Science & Religion


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"So We Changed the Climate: What’s Happening and How Religious People Can Help" by Philip Clayton

Philip Clayton holds the Ingraham Chair at Claremont School of Theology. His research focuses on biological emergence, religion and science, process studies, and contemporary issues in ecology, religion, and ethics. He is also the president of Toward Ecological Civilization (www.ecociv.org), a think-and-action-tank that works with experts and practitioners to develop a comprehensive roadmap toward sustainability. He has co-authored or edited a number of publications with physicists, chemists, and biologists, analyzing emerging natural systems and exploring their significance for the study of religion. See also philipclayton.net.

Philip Clayton

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