Orthodoxy and the Environment-The Desert Sea: Early Irish Ascetic Landscapes of Creation
April 22, 2010 Length: 36:53Orthodox Spiritual Life and the Environment: A two-day dialogue on Orthodoxy and the Environment
April 16-17 2010 at St. Tikhon's Seminary South Cannan, PA
Dr. Alfred Siewers, associate professor of English, and Nature and Human Communities coordinator, at Bucknell University's Environmental Center, author of "Strange Beauty:Ecocritical Approaches to Early Medieval Landscape" and co-editor of "Tolkien's Modern Middle Ages"
"I started listening several years ago. A convert to Roman Catholicism nine years ago, I couldn't understand the faith. I came to AFR and began to see a Church that showed me a way to be healed inside. There is no Orthodox Church close enough for me to attend and family constraints prevent me from doing so at this time. You are it. Thanks for being there."