Dedicated readers of ecology, theology, or religious philosophy will want to savor each one [of these essays].
The volume is a fair encapsulation of the intellectual concerns for which Berry is best known.
(Christina Peppard Commonweal
Thoams Berry demonstrattes in these papers the qualities he calls for: humanist vision and imagination.
When encountering the essays, one is struck by the clarity of analyses showing humanity's destructive antagonism toward the Earth. In them we observe the gradual evocation of a vision in which this antagonism is overcome so that we can live in harmony and peace on our planetary home.
(Norman Wirzba Journal of the American Academy of Religion
The Sacred Universe is an important, inspiring compendium of the thought of a great soul and spiritually profound seeker, who cogently and consistently reminds, even after his death, that we must learn to feel at home in the universe.
(Stephen B. Scharper America
This text will serve as an excellent introduction to [Thomas] Berry...
(Peter Ellard, Siena College The International Journal of Environmental Studies
By developing a sustained critique of technology-enhanced consumerism, Berry makes a powerful call for a return to core values that include connectivity with nature and a quest for a reimagination of religious meaning.
(Christopher Key Chapple, Loyola Marymount University)