I recently was lamenting how our discussions of climate have gotten lost in the spin cycle. In addition to that piece at First Things, I also reviewed a very good […]
At seedbed.com, I briefly discuss connections between Dallas Willard and John Wesley. Perhaps, Willardian Wesleyanism offers a path to renewal for the Methodist tradition.
I take my thoughts on small town life at the edges of an energy boom to the Front Porch. Grab a kolache and give it a read here.
The summer is unofficially over, and it appears to be a new day at the Federalist Society which is welcoming back Ted Olson to its spotlight. I wish they would […]
A scene in the movie Noah gave me a start, reminding me of a noted theologian who seemed to have forgotten the message of the Ark, leading me to ponder our […]
“Even the shifting language from global cooling (remember that?) to global warming to (the very nebulous) climate change inspires nothing but doubt.” So said a commenter in response to a […]
John’s a big fan of the Bible, God’s creation, and Pixar movies. Thankfully, the three go well together, as John explained in an article at The New Atlantis.
It’s summer. Time to get out and see the country, perhaps even a national park. You can’t go wrong with Yosemite, and to know Yosemite, you need to know John […]
I have a piece up at seedbed.com, a very nice Wesleyan renewal website, about UK evangelical influences on creation care. Meet John, John, Jack, and Tom.
John Murdock is just your typical tree-hugging conservative Christian. That combination may sound a bit odd, perhaps even oxymoronic in today’s cultural climate, but John does not look to cable […]