Festival, a Climate for Discussion
'Our Now, Our Tomorrow'- the title for the 6th International Philosophy, Science & Theology Festival, starts on Saturday, June 27 in Christ Church Cathedral.
The fourth day of the Festival program features Norman Habel and Michael Northcott.
Norman Habel's keynote address is titled 'An Inconvenient Text'. His address will present the view that 'The Bible is an inconvenient text. In the context of the current ecological crisis the Bible is far from green.' He reads the Bible with a view to retrieving the voice of Earth behind the grey texts in the Bible. As he says 'Yes, there are green texts. But there are also inconvenient grey texts. And there lies the …
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Publication information: Article title: Festival, a Climate for Discussion. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia). Publication date: June 13, 2009. Page number: 25. © 2009 APN Newspapers Pty Ltd. COPYRIGHT 2009 Gale Group.
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