Can we Update Religion for the Anthropocene?

Professor Philip Clayton

23 October 2023

Philip Clayton is the Ingraham Professor of Theology at Claremont School of Theology. He received the PhD from Yale University in philosophy and religious studies; has held guest professorships at Harvard, the University of Cambridge, and the University of Munich; and is the author or editor of several dozen books and over 300 articles and book chapters. Among his academic specializations are science and religion, comparative theology, the philosophy of religion, and ecotheology. His publications on the environmental crisis include What Is Ecological Civilization? (2019) and The New Possible: Visions of Our World Beyond Crisis (2020). Clayton is president of an international environmental organization, the Institute for Ecological Civilization, and a board member of the John Templeton Foundation.

This lecture took place at the Main Physics Lecture Theatre, 5:15 PM on Monday 23rd October.

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