The Rev. Dr. Pamela Dolan, the rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Town and Country, talks to Don Corrigan about the idea that religion and science, specifically climate change science, can coexist.
Dolan shares insights into her theory that “when the land is in trouble and the people are in trouble there is often a common root to it.”
Dolan writes a religion column for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the podcast offers a deeper look at her latest column “Violence against people and the environment share common roots.”
Produced by Holly Shanks. Music by House of Cowboy.