Category Archives: secular / sacred

Minilecture 1

“Religion and a New Environmental Ethic”


While I get things sorted out for the minilecture that will go up tomorrow afternoon (Thursday), here’s a great little video from the Yale Forum on Religion & Ecology There’s some interesting ideas around ecumenicism and interfaith collaboration that are provocative to think about where / how / in what ways Swedenborgian thought might fit within this pluralistic picture. It also chimes in with some of the points Alistair McGrath makes in the reading for this week (even as the video functions, ostensibly, as P.R. for their graduate program!)