Author: Carmen Retzlaff

Carmen Retzlaff is a pastor at St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and also works on staff at the Southwestern Texas Synod of the ELCA. She is a proponent of outdoor worship and a member of the Wild Church Network.

Book Review: Bonhoeffer and Climate Change: Theology and Ethics for the Anthropocene by Dianne Rayson

 [1] As we are launched into the Anthropocene era—the proposed new geologic period defined by climactic changes and mass extinction brought on by humans—Dianne Rayson takes us through an analysis of this event through the lens of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s writings. She asks if the theology and ethics of the young pastor Bonhoeffer that were formed […]