Operation Noah board members and associates respond to climate change and the news. These are personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect our official policy.
These articles cover a range of areas:
Spiritual: the link between Christianity and climate change; our duty to protect God's earth; our relationship to the planet and to each other; the Church’s right to interfere in politics and economics.
Political: how to build a movement that campaigns effectively on climate change; the behavioural change needed for a Zero Carbon Britain.
Topical: nuclear power; the crisis of capitalism; how green is our government.
Psychological: the reasons for climate change denial; the role of faith in responding to androgenic climate change.
'Space in the City' is a series of talks exploring our relationship with the world as a gift from God and the way in which we might respond to the challenge of the call in Micah 6:8: “to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly” in the 21st century. The talks were hosted by St Lawrence Church, Winchester, during May 2011.
Rev Chris. Brice, Chair of the Operation Noah Board, delivered a Justshare lecture at St Mary le Bow in January 2011 on "The Church’s Right to Interfere in Issue of Politics and Economics”, based on Archbishop William Temple’s famous book “Christianity and Social Order”.
Rev. Chris Brice explores two faith narratives that give the lie once and for all to the claim of the sceptic that small, individual, acts of faith in the face of apparently impossible odds are of no significance.