Due to climate and ecological changes, Christians today face existential questions, as well as questions of faith: how do we relate to the earth in a way that is theologically justified? This interdisciplinary five-year research project takes ‘soil’ as its starting point.


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Do you have tips, good examples and suggestions for us on dealing with (agricultural) land, church and theology? Share them with project manager Nelleke Plomp via

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    Nelleke Plomp
    Project manager