Tessa Carman

Tessa Carman
Tessa Carman writes from Mount Rainier, Maryland.

Recent Essays

Fleeing the Ephemeral and Pursuing the Eternal: A Review of Love What Lasts

But if our souls are eternal, why do we not then spend more time with things that habituate us to eternity? If our days are short, and the “days are evil,” as St. Paul writes, why do we spend so much time with things that are bad for our souls?

Joining the Dance: Setting Aside Screens to Build the City

The young pagans band around the picnic table and scrawl inky runes into their hands with cheap pens. Around them, the world falls, and wonders if they will...