This article offers a description of transdisciplinary facilitation that is suitable for theologians
and ministers. The reflective aspect of transdisciplinary facilitation is illustrated through an
engagement with transdisciplinary research on environmentalism and ecotheology. This
article also suggests that Ernst Conradie could be appreciated, drawn on and critiqued as a
transdisciplinary theologian and not a contextual theologian.
Original Research: Volume 17 in the South African Science and Religion Forum Series, edited by Prof. Dr Cornel du Toit (UNISA) and
Prof. Dr Danie Veldsman, entitled ‘Creation, Consciousness and Christology: Evolutionary Perspectives’, Proceedings of the 20th
conference of the South African Science and Religion Forum (SASRF) of the Research Institute for Theology and Religion held at the
University of South Africa, Pretoria 16–18 September 2015.