Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Events This Week in Louisville

I've been out speaking a good bit since returning from Israel in February. The GreenFaith Ground for Hope conference was exciting and well attended in both Lexington and Louisville. Since then I've been around to three Indiana towns preaching and teaching, as well as in Louisville, and I've spent the last few days in New Jersey speaking to church groups and college and seminary students at Rutgers and Princeton.

Coming up this Saturday is an event in Louisville cosponsored by Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light and Louisville Presbyterian Seminary (see below). 

And on Monday and Tuesday at 11:30, I will be preaching at Louisville Seminary's Festival of Theology. The worship service is free and open to all, as is the book signing on Tuesday afternoon at 5:00 at the Winn Center. Amazon now has six great reviews of Inhabiting Eden, and I hear that more are coming elsewhere. 


Doing Justice, Environmentally
(The What, the How,
 the Why)

Saturday, April 5, 2014, 1:00 – 3:30 p.m.  

Free and open to all.

When it comes to environmental issues, the poor and vulnerable are hit first and hardest.  Explore our call to bring ecological justice to the world with...

·         Trisha Tull, biblical scholar and author of Inhabiting Eden: Christians, the Bible, and the Ecological Crisis
·         Anne Walter, Program Director of the Passionist Earth and Spirit Center
·         Virginia Bush, RN, BSN, Founding member of Louisville 350.org
·         Tim Darst, Director of Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light

Schlegel Hall 122
Louisville Presbyterian Seminary
1044 Alta Vista Rd., Louisville 40205


Light refreshments will be provided at this interactive workshop.

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