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Old 12-08-2009, 07:27 PM
Matthew T. Riley Matthew T. Riley is offline
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Default Religion, Ecology, and China

We would like to invite everyone to a discussion with Jay McDaniel, a well known eco-theologian and process thinker that is taking place this Thursday (12/10) at 3:30pm in room 205 of Seminary Hall.

A forefront scholar in process theology and a pioneer in the realm of eco-theology, McDaniel has written extensively on Buddhism, Christianity, simplicity, and Gandhi. He will be discussing his current work on environmentalism in China. Recently, he has been working with Confucianism as part of collaborative efforts in China.

Please contact Professor Laurel Kearns at lkearns@drew.edu for more information or articles.

Matt Riley
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