God’s Good Earth Webinar

Readers may be interested that I’m giving a presentation on my first book, God’s Good Earth Earth: the case for an unfallen creation at a Christian Scientific Society Webinar on 20th October, on natural evil.

There’s a cast of thousands (or to be exact Stuart Burgess, Fuz Rana, Scott Minnich and David Snoke), and the general tone of the others’ abstracts seems to be on “design” good or bad.

My own aim is to reiterate my book’s arguments from Scripture, historical theology and nature itself to argue that Christianity teaches a still-good natural creation, but to propose what that means for a theology of nature that affects the worldview we bring to science.

The current fly in the ointment is an appalling broadband connection that British Telecom Openreach are taking their usual inefficient time to correct. Please pray about that, or I may find myself having to migrate to a borrowed computer!

Details here, and you can register free here.

Jon Garvey

About Jon Garvey

Training in medicine (which was my career), social psychology and theology. Interests in most things, but especially the science-faith interface. The rest of my time, though, is spent writing, playing and recording music.
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2 Responses to God’s Good Earth Webinar

  1. Elizabeth B. says:

    Just registered.

  2. Jon Garvey Jon Garvey says:

    Perhaps I’d better as well 🙂

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