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Dr. John Grim is a Senior Lecturer and Research Scholar at Yale University, where he has appointments in the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies as well as the Divinity School and the Department of Religious Studies. Dr. Grim is co-founder and co-director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale University, along with Mary Evelyn Tucker.  His published works include: The Shaman: Patterns of Religious Healing among the Ojibway Indians, and Indigenous Traditions and Ecology: The InterBeing of Cosmology and Community. He teaches courses in Native American and Indigenous religions and World religions and ecology.  For more information, visit http://www.godspeedinstitute.com

Dr. John Grim is a Senior Lecturer and Research Scholar at Yale University, where he has appointments in the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies as well as the Divinity School and the Department of Religious Studies.  Dr. Grim is co-founder and co-director of the Forum on Religion and at Yale University, along with Mary Evelyn Tucker.

His published works include: The Shaman: Patterns of Religious among the Ojibway Indians, and Indigenous Traditions and : The InterBeing of Cosmology and Community. He teaches courses in Native American and Indigenous religions and World religions and .

Topics in the engaging hour include: the new World Bank report on change;  the Forum on Religion and Ecology; shamanism; indigenous peoples and ; religions on connectedness and dominion; Thomas Berry, Brian Swimme and The Universe Story; the moral nature of the ecological ; how the religions can be part of the of ethics toward sustainability; a cooperative universe; religious ; Caer’s Tip for your – The Canticle of the Creatures, by Francis of Assisi; and more.

Read more: http://prn.fm/2012/11/25/77636/#ixzz2DMjXaPK1 Under Creative Commons License: Attribution

Dr. John Grim is a Senior Lecturer and Research Scholar at Yale University, where he has appointments in the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies as well as the Divinity School and the Department of Religious Studies.  Dr. Grim is co-founder and co-director of the Forum on Religion and at Yale University, along with Mary Evelyn Tucker.

His published works include: The Shaman: Patterns of Religious among the Ojibway Indians, and Indigenous Traditions and : The InterBeing of Cosmology and Community. He teaches courses in Native American and Indigenous religions and World religions and .

Topics in the engaging hour include: the new World Bank report on change;  the Forum on Religion and Ecology; shamanism; indigenous peoples and ; religions on connectedness and dominion; Thomas Berry, Brian Swimme and The Universe Story; the moral nature of the ecological ; how the religions can be part of the of ethics toward sustainability; a cooperative universe; religious ; Caer’s Tip for your – The Canticle of the Creatures, by Francis of Assisi; and more.

Read more: http://prn.fm/2012/11/25/77636/#ixzz2DMj6AZ36 Under Creative Commons License: Attribution

Dr. John Grim is a Senior Lecturer and Research Scholar at Yale University, where he has appointments in the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies as well as the Divinity School and the Department of Religious Studies.  Dr. Grim is co-founder and co-director of the Forum on Religion and at Yale University, along with Mary Evelyn Tucker.

His published works include: The Shaman: Patterns of Religious among the Ojibway Indians, and Indigenous Traditions and : The InterBeing of Cosmology and Community. He teaches courses in Native American and Indigenous religions and World religions and .

Topics in the engaging hour include: the new World Bank report on change;  the Forum on Religion and Ecology; shamanism; indigenous peoples and ; religions on connectedness and dominion; Thomas Berry, Brian Swimme and The Universe Story; the moral nature of the ecological ; how the religions can be part of the of ethics toward sustainability; a cooperative universe; religious ; Caer’s Tip for your – The Canticle of the Creatures, by Francis of Assisi; and more.

Read more: http://prn.fm/2012/11/25/77636/#ixzz2DMj6AZ36 Under Creative Commons License: Attribution

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