The Anthropocene signifies a new, mutually vulnerable relationship between Earth and humanity. We depend on it, but it also depends on us. Is it possible to imagine ourselves transformed for the better in the face of ecological peril? How might our vulnerability inspire us to reconceive our place in the cosmos, alongside each other and, potentially, before God? “Faith after the Anthropocene” refers to ways our current condition of generative catastrophe modifies our beliefs and practices, whether religious or secular.