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Nov. 5 -- Creation in Time and Eternity: Ecology and Orthodox Christianity

Lecture and discussion by Greek Orthodox theologian John Chryssavgis

When: Saturday 5 November, 1:00-4:00 PM

Where: Christian Theological Seminary, Shelton Auditorium, 1000 W. 42nd St. Indianapolis

Eastern Orthodoxy has always included the whole creation in its understanding of salvation. Author and professor John Chryssavgis, Holy Cross School of Theology in Massachusetts, will explain how to care for creation for the long haul (the stewardship that represents "staying") even while looking forward to the fulfillment of the Creation (moving beyond). After the lecture a panel will lead a lively discussion of how to find a spirituality that is rooted in a fuller understanding of creation. Chryssavgis is one of the most important Orthodox theologians in America, this should be a fascinating event.

Presented by Christian Theological Seminary, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, and Orthodox Churches of Central Indiana. Questions? Call 931-4224 or e-mail LifeEd@cts.edu.

1 comment:

Sonya said...

Thanks for the plug, John.

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