“Pro-life Democrat” has not always been an oxymoronic phrase. John traces the twists and turns of abortion politics and highlights the prospects for the future in the Dem’s pro-life lane […]
Does Jesus need a lawyer? Hard to say, but there is a radio show called “Lawyers for Jesus.” John recently joined Elvis, Hank Williams, and a few million others whose […]
John explores the prospects for pro-life Democrats celebrating a win in the deep South but facing another take-down attempt in Chicagoland, here at First Things. (Aside: both of the key […]
I review Dr. Matthew Sleeth’s look at trees and shrubberies in the Bible, here.
John Bel Edwards is a rare creature, a personally and politically pro-life Democrat. If he wins re-election this fall, might he consider turning his sights to Iowa? I explore here […]
John reviews this powerful film and reflects on the conversations that it may spark. Here at First Things.
John’s recent trip to the Holy Land prompted this piece at First Things featuring two of the fascinating people to whom he was introduced by the Telos Group and Coracle. Daoud Nassar, […]
John reviews The Disfiguration of Nature: Why Caring for the Environment is Inherently Conservative by James Krueger here at Front Porch Republic.
A quirk of the calendar put Easter and Earth Day back-to-back. John explores the connection here for First Things.
Individual thought and discernment are increasingly falling to peer-pressure and a herd mentality. John addresses one instance of “sign here” scholarship here for the Florida Law Review Forum. (Credit and […]