John explores the latest in Cornucopian literature here on the Porch.
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 […]
I review Dr. Matthew Sleeth’s look at trees and shrubberies in the Bible, here.
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 […]
AOC is the new politician that the right loves to hate, and her Green New Deal is a favorite punching bag. Once their arms are tired, what can the right […]
John was approached by “On Being” to pen a piece on life as a Christian/Conservative/Treehugger. Here it is.
Wendell Berry’s writings on higher education led to a book which led to a book review, here, at First Things. Perhaps, the timing of this long delayed piece is fitting. It […]
Most of the posts you see here are relatively short pieces. Not this one. The issue is monumental (national monuments) and covering it took 70+ pages. My thanks to the […]