Wednesday, February 1st at 8 PM ET / 7 PM CT / 6 PM MT / 5 PM PT
In times of rising pressures and catastrophes, people yearn for alternatives. So does the planet. Protests are often a start, but rebellion is not revolution, nor does it always lead to transformation.
Without solidarities that match the complexities of our world, the best we can hope for is inclusion in the dominant system but hardly the systemic change and liberation we so desperately need. How does theology help us work towards the solidarity we so desperately need? Join Joerg Rieger to discuss 'Theology in the Capitalocene: Ecology, Identity, Class and Solidarity.' There will plenty of time for questions and discussion.