Category: ECLAS AND COVID-19

ECLAS AND COVID-19 What does the new normal mean for the environment?

The pandemic and the resulting lockdowns and travel restrictions have compelled us all to change our behaviour, and quickly.

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CHURCH ACTION Not-Knowing and the New Not-Normal: Seeking Direction for the Long-Haul

We are at the outer limits of our current wisdom. As the church, we must dig deeper.

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ECLAS AND COVID-19 Covid discriminates, Christians shouldn’t.

The UK government at the onset of the Covid-19 crisis warned that “the virus does not discriminate”, but it quickly became apparent that that wasn’t strictly true.

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ECLAS AND COVID-19 Developing better science and theology narratives about the Covid-19 pandemic

How are we to produce good narratives which speak into the wider world and which are both scientifically and theologically well-informed?

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ECLAS AND COVID-19 Making Sense of Coronavirus with Reason and Faith

Theology excels at asking about the impact of stories on our lives and, often more important, the impact of our stories on the lives of others.

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ECLAS AND COVID-19 What the end of smallpox teaches us about the search...

Covid-19 reminds me of my vulnerability, and therefore the need to respect the natural world.

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ECLAS AND COVID-19 Clapping for Carers: What will the Church’s legacy be?

Does the fact that caring professions such as medicine and nursing are viewed as vocational somehow justify the sacrifice we ask of healthcare workers in entering dangerous “front-lines” on our behalf?

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CHURCH ACTION Will COVID-19 transform the Church’s relationship with science?

ECLAS is committed to encouraging the whole Church to engage deeply with the implications of science in our time. Considering science within the wider framework of our theological understanding is a vital task.

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