Reflections

A Magazine of Theological and Ethical Inquiry from Yale Divinity School

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Article Author Issue Season Year
From the Dean Gregory E. Sterling At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
What is to be Done? Christiana Z. Peppard At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Give Us Bread Sara Miles At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Water Gone Bad Karen Schneider At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Small Enough to Manage, Big Enough to Matter Andrew K. Barnett At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Ancient Voices Speak to an Ecological Future Mary Evelyn Tucker At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Yale Divinity Farm: A Story About Starting Andrew K. Barnett At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
God and Nature, Then and Now Joel Baden At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
New Alliances of Science and Spirit Gregory E. Sterling At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Eating Food and Justice Christopher Carter At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Enviable Robert France At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Worrying About the Food Movement Willis Jenkins At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
God the Gardener Norman Wirzba At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Divine Possibility: Ending Hunger by 2030 Derick Dailey At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Rousing Us From Inattention Christopher Fici At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
The Feeding of the 12 Billion Robert W. Herdt At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Wisdom on the Ground John O'Sullivan At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Potatoes Kathryn Stripling Byer At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Back to the Garden: A New Asceticism Fred Bahnson At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014
Delicious Revolution: An Interview With Alice Walters At Risk: Our Food, Our Water, Ourselves Fall 2014

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