Professor Noreen Herzfeld has spent her career working at the intersection of ethics, technology, and religion. Her book is intended “to help priests, bishops, and interested laypeople get up to speed on conversations about AI.”
“Pope Francis’ second encyclical, Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home offers a rich theological resource for Catholics and Protestants alike. Considering topics such as consumerism, development, environmental degradation, and global warming, the Pope ties these to the Gospel as well as the social and ethical teachings of the church.
In 2021, Kathryn Hayhoe published Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World. As her publisher summarizes, “Over the past fifteen years Hayhoe has found that the most important thing we can do to address climate change is talk about it—and she wants to teach you how.”
In her second devotional book, Gayle Boss continues to draw from nature to invite us into the themes of a church season, this time Lent.
Author Gayle Boss gifts us with 25 devotionals that draw on the lives of animals to call us into patient waiting and quiet preparation for the arrival of Jesus. She writes, “The animals show us in twenty-five different ways the deep mystery and abiding truth at the heart of the Christ story: The dark is not an end, but the way a new beginning comes.”
This 2021 book, John Stott on Creation Care, compiles his writings on the subject, allowing us to learn more about his commitment to loving our future neighbors (and our present ones) through our concern for creation.