Creation Care - "Hope for Creation" with Ellen Davis
God’s creation is a direct reflection of God’s glory, and Christians are called to be faithful stewards of the earth. While global issues of climate and environment can seem out of reach, our local communities give us space to learn and take action in small and large ways. How can we partner with our creator to build a better, more sustainable living environment? What simple, practical changes can we make to responsibly care for our local communities and our world?Chris and Eddie are joined by Ellen F. Davis, professor at Duke Divinity School and author of Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture: An Agrarian Reading of the Bible. An Old Testament scholar with deep wisdom about our ecological crisis, Davis views the land we’ve inherited as kin and a covenant partner. She speaks to our call to serve and preserve the land out of honor and love for what God has given us. Davis challenges us to hold onto a hope that is not just a passive, sunny optimism, but a collective vision of goodness and wholeness driven by human agency and creativity.Resources:Learn more about Ellen Davis here:https://divinity.duke.edu/faculty/ellen-davisOrder Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture: An Agrarian Reading of the Bible hereCheck out all books by Ellen Davis here
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Ep 04: Ellen Davis – Biblical ecology, contemporary life and church teaching
What does the Bible have to say about caring for creation in an age of industrialised agriculture and urban-dwelling?Ellen F. Davis is Amos Ragan Kearns Distinguished Professor of Bible and Practical Theology at Duke Divinity School. The author of eleven books and many articles, her research interests focus on how biblical interpretation bears on the life of faith communities and their response to urgent public issues, particularly the ecological crisis and interfaith relations. She speaks to Peter and Bryony about her personal interest in the environmental content of scripture, the teaching of the church on climate issues and our interpretation of the opening chapters of Genesis.
Revisiting "Scripture, Culture and Agriculture": A Conversation With Ellen Davis.
Food and Faith Podcast
Anna, Sam, and Derrick are joined by Dr. Ellen Davis to discuss her foundational work "Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture" and its ongoing impact. We are excited to invite you to a free conference this summer. It's called Sustaining Church: Reimagining communities of faith in a climate crisis. The aim of this conference is to bring together theological thinking on creation care with those that are actively growing or starting Christian communities that care for land. The hope is that this will be the first of many conversations that inspire further theological thinking around caring for creation, as well as an opportunity to network and empower localized growing communities of faith. The conference will be held over zoom so even though it's in the UK you can take part. Some of our keynote speakers will be familiar to fans of this podcast, Nurya Love Parish, Ellen Davis, and Norman Wirzba just to name a few. A full list of speakers and tickets can be found at www.hazelnutcommunityfarm.com
Eating for Performance and Recovery: Food for Thought - Ellen Davis, RD, CSSD, LD
Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones: Rock Valley Physical Therapy
In this episode, Sam is joined by Ellen Davis, RD, CSSD, LD of Davis Sports Nutrition to discuss how what we put in our body can help our hurt our athletic performance, our ability to recover from injury/surgery, and even how diet can play a role in injury prevention.
Consumer Preferences & Swine Production: A Food Chain Chat with Dr. Ellen Davis
Food Chain Chats
Consumer preferences continue to influence swine production practices, including the use of Antibiotic Growth Promoters (AGPs). How can swine producers navigate changing preferences and standards while maintaining productivity? With a Ph.D. in swine nutrition and immunology, plus wide-ranging, hands-on expertise in animal nutrition, animal health and immunology, Dr. Ellen Davis, Monogastric Technical Services Manager at Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production, is well qualified to discuss the latest innovations for keeping pathogens in check, increasing resiliency at every stage of a pig’s lifecycle and mitigating food safety issues. If you’re interested in alternatives to AGPs and a #ScienceHearted conversation about industry trends and your best, next moves, don’t miss Ellen’s discussion with host Andy Vance in this episode of “Food Chain Chats.”
Ellen Davis- Scripture and our Relationship to the Land
Deeper and Wider
In this weeks episode we speak with Professor Ellen Davis on how scripture speaks of the connection between our relationship with God and our relationship with the land, and the implications that has for today- especially in light of our current ecological crisis.Professor Ellen Davis is Amos Ragan Kearns Professor of Bible and Practical Theology at Duke Divinity School. She’s the author of 11 books and many articles. Her books include Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture: An Agrarian Reading of the Bible, Biblical Prophecy: Perspectives for Christian Theology, Discipleship, and Ministry, and Wondrous Depth: Old Testament Preaching.If you want to listen to her talk more on this topic then I encourage you to search her name on YouTube and watch her lectures. Also, her book Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture: An Agrarian Reading of the Bible speaks a lot into today’s topic.
Land, Crisis, and Christian Hope with Dr. Ellen Davis
The Living Church Podcast
From wilderness to farms, cities, and households, Scripture has a powerful word to speak to our current ecological crisis. Fr. Will Brown interviews Dr. Ellen Davis on land, climate change, biblical wisdom, and hope.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/living-church/support