Dr Tony Campolo speaks on the spiritual connectedness which can develop between humans and animals and how Christians can find their voices in support of all God’s creatures.
Environmentalist, theologian, social activist and author, Dr Ruth Valerio, reflects upon her journey of faith and practically explores how Christians can promote the flourishing of animals.
The Rt Revd Dominic Walker, former bishop of Monmouth and President of ASWA, explains why including animals in the life of the church is an important aspect to Christian mission.
In his keynote address at the Creature Conference John Berkman, Professor of Moral Theology at Regis College, University of Toronto, brings together ethology and theology in considering what is means for animals flourish and why this matters to God.
Dr Margaret Adam, theologian, ethicist and visiting tutor at St Stephen’s House, Oxford argues that Christians should care about animals because of who and how they are called to be.
In his keynote address at the 2017 Creature Conference, David Clough, Professor of Theological Ethics at the University of Chester, argues that concern for animals is a fundamental aspect of Christian discipleship.
The Rt Revd John Arnold, Roman Catholic Bishop of Salford, addresses the Creature Conference on how Pope Francis’s encyclical letter Laudato Si has triggered new, pioneering thinking in regards to animals and animal issues.
Brian D. McLaren, prominent Christian pastor, author, activist, speaker and leading figure in the emerging church movement speaks to Sarx about animal theological concern, responsible stewardship and God’s redemptive action within creation.
Dr Tony Campolo speaks with passion and conviction on why animals and animal issues are prime theological concerns and how the work of Christ has cosmic, redemptive consequences for all creation.