Wrestling with climate change theology

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If you are wrestling with the theology of Climate Change, watch Chaplain Nick Read break it down into thought provoking nuggets here
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Borderlands Rural Chaplaincy is committed to raising awareness of the issues surrounding Climate Change. Notes to accompany this talk, which was delivered recently at Brecon Filling Station, are available here: https://borderchaplain.org/wp-content/uploads/THEOLOGY-OF-CLIMATE-CHANGE-BRECON-FILLING-STATION-PRESENTATION.pdf

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