Does the Bible mandate ruthless exploitation of the natural world? In this lecture, Professor Richard Bauckham argues the opposite: that the Bible envisions the world as an interdependent community of God's creatures, valuing integrity and biodiversity of creation that it places in our care.
Come hear this latest installment in a series of Creation Care lectures by noted experts at the National Cathedral.
Event begins at 7:30PM
Presented by: Washington National Cathedral
Featured Artist(s): Professor Richard Bauckham (Univ. St. Andrews, Scotland)
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