10:00 - 12:00
- Dr Jonathan Moo
- FaSCoRe, HKU
About the talk
Visions of a future with entire civilisations laid waste used to be the preserve of religion. In recent years, however, scientists have joined in on the action. This discussion will bring together scientists and theologians to consider the implications – for science, theology, and the future of humanity – of invoking the end of the world as we know it.
About the speaker
Jonathan Moo did his PhD in the Divinity Faculty at the University of Cambridge and holds previous degrees in biology and English (BA, Lake Forest College), wildlife ecology (MS, Utah State University), and biblical studies (MA Old Testament, MA New Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary). He is currently an Associate Professor of Theology at Whitworth University.
He has written several books on theology and Nature including Creation Care: A Biblical theology of the natural world (with Douglas Moo, Zondervan Academic, 2018), Let Creation Rejoice: Biblical hope and ecological crisis (With Bob White, IVP Academic, 2014), and Hope in an Age of Despair: The gospel and the future of life on Earth (with Bob White, IVP, 2013).
If you would like to join us for the talk, please contact Mike Brownnutt.
Jonathan Moo will also be giving a public lecture in the evening: The Earth Our Home?