This Sacred Life: Hope in an Era of Climate Crisis, with guest Norman Wirzba, Duke University

January 10, 2022 00:49:12
This Sacred Life: Hope in an Era of Climate Crisis, with guest Norman Wirzba, Duke University
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This Sacred Life: Hope in an Era of Climate Crisis, with guest Norman Wirzba, Duke University
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Norman Wirzba is Gilbert T. Rowe Distinguished Professor of Christian Theology and Senior Fellow at the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University. The author of several books, he’s also the director of a multi-year, Henry Luce Foundation-funded project entitled “Facing the Anthropocene.” We talk with him today about his sobering and powerful new book […]

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