A Roman Catholic nun for seven years, Karen Armstrong is now considered one of the foremost writers on religion. In 1969, she left her order to study English at Oxford. She has written more than 16 books, including the international bestseller A History of God. At Bozar, she will present her most recent brainchild, entitled Sacred Nature. How we can recover our bond with the natural world. Armstrong believes that our religious heritage can teach us how to restore our spiritual connection to nature. She will present the book not only to those interested in our relationship with nature, but to anyone who is concerned about the climate crisis and realises that campaigning is not enough. What new ways to preserve the Earth can we pass on to the next generation?
Karen Armstrong will be interviewed by journalist Gie Goris.
Tuesday 24 May, 20:00 → 21:30
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS
- Paard van Troje
- co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union
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