Dr Kris Hiuser, discusses his new book Animals, Theology and The Incarnation which explores how the life and work of Christ applies to non-human animals and humanity’s relationship to the rest of creation.
Books and Literature
Gene Baur, Farm Sanctuary President, author and activist, is interviewed on his successful book Living the Farm Sanctuary Life. In this definitive vegan and animal-friendly lifestyle guide, Gene explores the deeply transformative experience of learning to live compassionately and without harm to animals.
Michael Gilmour, Professor of New Testament and English Literature at Providence, University College explores the works of C.S Lewis; revealing a man with a deep love of animals and whose faith inspired him to emphasise their goodness and dignity in his world-famous novels.
Dr Steve McMullen, Assistant Professor at Hope College, Michigan, is interviewed on his new book Animals and the Economy and discusses his Christian faith, animal ethics and how to utilise our power as consumers to bring about change in favour of animals.
Professor Donovan Schaefer, lecturer at Oxford University, is interviewed on his new book Religious Affects. He discusses how a positive understanding of animals can help us live out Christian values and that being attentive to the well-being of others, humans and animals alike, should be taken seriously as part of the everyday practice of living a life of compassion.
Sarah Withrow King is interviewed on her new book Vegangelical, a powerful and biblical Christian vision for animal stewardship and welfare.
Professor of theology and author Nicola Hoggard Creegan speaks on humanity’s relationship with creation, glimpsing God’s work within the natural world and how the love of Christ brings healing for all of God’s creatures.