Global Religious Perspectives on Climate Change – January 28

Monday, Jan. 28, 7 to 9 p.m. Butler University Arts Center, 4600 Sunset Ave.

Butler’s Center for Faith and Vocation invites the public to this discussion of the most significant environmental problem of our time. A discussion of the perils of climate change is led by ecological theology scholar Jea Sophia Oh. Panelists Adrienne Krone, assistant professor of religious Studies and director of Jewish life at Allegheny College and David L. Haberman, Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University, will represent Christian, Jewish, and Hindu religion and ecology. Free except for parking. Details.

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