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Episode 6 – Beyond Beings – Eco-Theology

This episode of the Beyondering Podcast might just save the world…

Matt and Lucas are joined by two special guests as they break through the earthy-crust of eco-theology and explore the connection between spirituality, our faith and the environment.

 

Our first guest is Fred Plumer, head of the Progressive Christianity organisation from the USA. Our second guest is Michael Dowd, whose book,  Thank God for Evolution, was endorsed by 6 Nobel Prize-winning scientists, noted skeptics, and by religious leaders across varying theological spectrums. Dowd has a tremendous passion for proclaiming a pro-science message about our sacred responsibility to the earth for future generations.

 

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