Ecology as Theology

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An “eco-theo” big picture – i.e., a meaningful “dark green” interpretation of evolution and human history – is vital for understanding these contracting and confusing times. Such an evidence-based “sacred realism” or “religious naturalism” can help us accept what is inevitable, avoid what is futile, and be a blessing to friends, family and community in an uncertain world. Bestselling eco-theologian the Rev. Michael Dowd will offer a “hope beyond hope” grounded in knowledge and trust rather than beliefs and wishful thinking.