Frédéric Baudin

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Frédéric Baudin is a French author and conference speaker. Several of his books have been published (biography, essays, novels) and he received the French Protestant author's prize awarded by La Cause in 1998 for his novel En quête de l'infime. He received his university degrees in biogeography and ecology from the Sorbonne, Paris, and the Faculty of Sciences, Marseille. His modern arts and theology degrees are from Faculty of Arts and Reformed Evangelical Seminary in Aix-en-Provence, France. His conferences are based on the theme "Faith and Culture". Frédéric Baudin is the French Evangelical Alliance Vice-Chairman.



Is God Green? Bible and Ecology   Read
"Fill, dominate, subdue, cultivate and keep the earth": A Christian View

Gardens to Garden
Bible gardens: From the Garden of Eden to the New Jerusalem

Riches and Poverty
North-South relationships, humanitarian aid, sustainable development and creation care in a Christian perspective


French  Literature and the Christian Faith from 1920 to 1940
Bernanos, Mauriac, Gide...

Philosophy and Truth: Blaise Pascal (1623-1663)
Reason and Faith: A Genius Searching for Truth
Jesus in Contemporary Culture: from the Gospels to the Da Vinci Code
"Who do the crowds say I am?" (Luke 9:18) Jesus portrayed in contemporary literature, philosophy, cinema and theatre

Bible and Théology

Israël and the Church
Understand much better the hard relationships between Jewish People and the Church in light of the Bible and the History...

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