Before It’s Too Late Autumn 2019
by Kerry Temple ’74
Our children will inherit a world sadly different from the one we’ve known, but there’s still time and reason to do what’s right.
by Anna Keating ’06
Young people with green sensibilities are flying all over the globe. They might do well to consider, too, the riches closer to home.
by Jason Kelly ’95
It is the lifeblood of the planet. But its capricious nature, especially in this time of climate change, confronts humankind with some troublesome challenges.
by John Nagy ’00M.A.
Redemption may depend more on rethinking humanity’s relationship with creation than focusing solely on environmental strategies — a theology of nature to which the Church has given voice.
by Jennifer Anne Moses
Along with everything else, it’s a Sabbath to the Lord and my way of filling a God-shaped hole.
by Valerie Sayers
Our Catholic and Southern Baptist theologies might have been competing, but the zeal of our two households bound Mary Hope and me tight.
by Julia Scott
If the only thing we have to fear is fear itself, then what are we afraid of?
by Sarah Cahalan ’14
Nicholas Sparks ’88 has written his own real-life success story, composing fictional ballads of romance and broken hearts.
- Eight years a captive
- Provost finishing a chapter
- Taxation without explanation
- First step to fitness: friendship
- Crosses that bear witness
- Rembrandt’s religious vision
- Where their next meal comes from
- Ivey to grow in Memphis
- ACC jumps into the revenue stream
- Echoes: Philosophy that feeds the soul
- Deaths in the family