Theologian tackles spiritual side of climate change at Fasnacht Lecture

Theologian Catherine Keller speaks about ecological issues Oct. 5 in Morgan Auditorium for the annual Fasnacht Lecture. The focus of Keller's work as a constructive theologian is on social and ecological justice, poststructuralist theory and feminist interpretations of the Bible and theology. / photo by Amanda Torres
Theologian Catherine Keller speaks about ecological issues Oct. 5 in Morgan Auditorium for the annual Fasnacht Lecture. The focus of Keller’s work as a constructive theologian is on social and ecological justice, poststructuralist theory and feminist interpretations of the Bible and theology. / photo by Amanda Torres

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