Martin Poulsom

Care for our common home advert
         From a bright idea to a commendationOn 5th February 2019 in the London Jesuit Centre at Mount Street a seven person assessment panel, comprising representatives from the University of Roehampton plus external advisors from Exeter University and the London School of Theology, convened to assess a proposed new University of Roehampton degree: the MA Theology, Ecology and Ethics, which had been co-created with the Jesuits in Britain. The...
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Rev Dr Martin Poulsom SDBTwenty first century developed economies too often view the natural world, God’s Creation, as neutral “stuff” which they are entitled to control for their own profit: cutting down rainforest, burning fossil fuels, endangering animal species, and denying human dignity. This mindset ignores the deep structure of nature: God’s presence in and love of Creation.The Jesuits in Britain propose a different way of relating to this God-given world, treating it with reverence,...