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City Creatures: Animals, Religion & Ethics in the Chicago Wilderness
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9/29/2015
When: 9/29/2015
5 to 7 PM
Where: Chicago Theological Seminary, 4th Floor Chapel
1407 E. 60th Street
Chicago, Illinois  60637
United States

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Who are the animals with whom we share this city habitat, and how do we impact each other? What are their gifts to us and our responsibilities toward them? Join CTS for "City Creatures: Animals, Religion & Ethics in the Chicago Wilderness” with Gavin vanHorn, David Aftandilian, Lea Schweitz, Mike Hogue - no charge, tickets required- get them here: http://bit.ly/1iwW4EK

 

CTS Center for Jewish, Christian and Islamic Studies welcomes Gavin vanHorn, director of Cultures of Conservation for the Center for Humans and Nature; David Aftandilian, co-chair of the Animals and Religion Consultation for the American Academy of Religion and Vice President for Nature in Legend and Story (NILAS); Lea Schweitz, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology/Religion and Science, Director of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science at Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago; Mike Hogue, Professor of Theology at Meadville Lombard Theological School.

 

The event will be streaming online at CTSchicagoHD https://www.youtube.com/user/CTSchicagoHD

For promotional photos, interview requests, or press passes, please contact Julianna Nunez at juli.nunez@ctschicago.edu, or via phone 773.896.2525.



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