April 29-30, 2011
TOPIC: Ethics and the Environment: The Greening of Religion
LOCATION: Tucson Room at Church Divinity School of the Pacific (CDSP), Berkeley, California
- Friday April 29,
- 2-5 pm. Papers
- 5-7pm. Business Meeting, Dinner (Cost = $25, RSVP)
- 7:30-9 pm. Public Lecture by Dr. Margaret Race (SETI)
- "Environmental Ethics on Earth and Elsewhere in Our Universe"
- Saturday, April 30,
- 9:30–10am. Continental Breakfast
- 10am-noon. Papers
Friday, April 29, 2-5 pm
"The Use of Scripture in Environmental Ethics"
Carol Robb (SFTS/GTU)
Respondent is Herman Waetjen
"How Green Is Christianity? Making the Case for a
Christian Ecological Theology."
Dan Smith (GTU)
Respondent is Jack Crossley
Saturday, April 30, 10 am - noon
"Kin-dom Come: Extending Margaret A. Farley's 'Just Love'
to All Living Beings"
Mary Ashley (GTU)
Respondent is Bill O'Neill
"Breaking the Contract: Thinking Differently about Justice
Marilyn Matevia (GTU)
Respondent is Oliver Putz