Incarnation is a hope which is not escapist. I wonder how much of our hope winds up in forms of escapism. This has partly been on my mind with the restrictions of this year. My […]
This week I watched a webinar organised by the Asian Theological Academy (ATA) and the Asian Forum of Theological Movements, titled ‘I Can’t Breathe: Why We Can’t Hear The Cries And What To Do About […]
Where there is no vision, the people perish. This proverb was quoted by Claire Perry, the ex-COP President fired at the beginning of 2020, in her resignation letter. I have thought of this often in […]
Warning: currently only in draft form, suggested revisions welcome. Not long ago, I read an article which suggested target-setting for net zero on the basis of pragmatism is inappropriate because, just like ending the slave […]
The financial crash of 2008 hit as I began secondary school, and I grew up under the policies of austerity which followed. To a large extent, there has been consensus across the political spectrum about […]
Continued from the previous post, the focus here is the theological implications of creation’s place in the Biblical Narrative. What does the gospel have to say about the recent IPCC report?
In this post, I start from the very beginning. If you are familiar with the concepts of Creation-Fall-Redemption, then this post should hopefully depict the place of the Earth in the Biblical Narrative in an […]
Today there was some big news as the IPCC Global Warming Special Report 2018 landed. What is it? The 2018 IPCC report is the most up-to-date, comprehensive explanation of the science of climate change and the […]