What is the link between creation and redemption? What responsibility do we as humans have in creation, and what practical actions we should take now to glorify Christ and advance his kingdom?
The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture is proud to announce The Goodness of Creation and Human Responsibility (Feb. 18-20, 2021)— a Faith + Culture Forum designed to address these important questions.
In this post, get to know one of our speakers, Dr. Norman Wirzba.
Norman Wirzba is the Gilbert T. Rowe Distinguished Professor of Theology at Duke University, and a Senior Fellow at Duke’s Kenan Institute for Ethics. He writes and teaches at the intersections of theology, philosophy, environmental and agrarian studies. He has recently directed a Luce Foundation funded project entitled “Facing the Anthropocene,” a multi-year project that re-examines the assumptions of academic disciplines in light of issues like climate change, biotechnology, species extinction, and AI.
He is author of several books, including Food and Fatih, From Nature to Creation, and Way of Love. His most recent book tentatively titled Becoming Human in a Wounded World will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2021.
Join Norman Wirzba and others at
The Goodness of Creation and Human Responsibility.