For anything to be of value, it must be in perspective. Regarding both theology and basic needs, most people have completely lost perspective. In a book I recently acquired on designing and building root cellars, I came across an interesting quote at the beginning of a chapter, from a man I had never heard of. … Continue reading Perspective, in Agrarianism and Theology
https://www.amazon.com/Rethinking-Propositions-Joseph-Putnam-ebook/dp/B07S8R67Z7/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=rethinking+the+propositions&qid=1559050070&s=gateway&sr=8-3 Hello all, I have a brief post for today. Dragged grudgingly into the digital age, I just republished my paperback book Rethinking The Propositions as a Kindle Ebook this week. Personally, I love actual paper books, aka the dead tree edition. I just am not really into ebooks, Kindle, pdf, or otherwise. But … Continue reading Kindle Ebook version of *Rethinking The Propositions* now available for only $3.99
“And he said unto them, Take heed, and beware of covetousness: for a man’s life consisteth not in the abundance of the things which he possesseth. ----Luke 12:15 When I visited Grouseland (the 1804 vintage mansion of Virginia scion William Henry Harrison) on my birthday last year I was briefly immersed in history, in a … Continue reading Sea Chest Theology
Today I feel the need to post concerning the God part of God, Kin, and Soil. About two years ago, I started to look up some old acquaintances from my teen years in an Independent Fundamental Baptist (IFB) Church. I did not find everyone I looked for online, but I came across several. Not all … Continue reading Atheism and Evangelical Children
Why am I blogging, and publishing books? I put this brief piece together this morning, after thinking much about this subject recently. In the Introduction to his 2004 book C Stories, the late Jeff Cooper stated the following on why he wrote: “In my case, I write because I think that only in the printed … Continue reading Blogging and Books: Why?
Since I was a child, I have been somewhat fascinated with the early American Frontier, the period from about 1750-1825. Whether you call it Greater Appalachia, the Southern Backcountry, or the Trans-Appalachian region -I have always felt a connection to the people and history of the early American frontier south of Mason-Dixon. painting of Daniel … Continue reading Why I Love the Frontier
I did not intend to post this week, and have not done three posts per month since last summer, but recent events impel me to make this post today. The Tulsi meme fest is over; Yang Gang is here. Anyone who follows politics has by now heard of Andrew Yang’s bid for the Democratic nomination … Continue reading A Statement on Yang, UBI, and Ideology