Church Family and Regional Culture

“Our dead are greater and more fully alive than we are when we forget them, it is our whole future that we lose sight of…” ---text from a plaque I saw on the exterior of a fieldstone fireplace at a log cabin inside the stockade at Fort Harrod A few weeks ago an acquaintance of … Continue reading Church Family and Regional Culture

An Agrarian Take #2: Greta Thunberg

Back on January 15 of this year I posted an essay titled An Agrarian Take on Exercise vs. Labor. I have decided to make a series on this concept, posting a “An Agrarian Take” essay once (every mid-month) and a standard post on each 1st of the month. “I don’t want you to be hopeful. … Continue reading An Agrarian Take #2: Greta Thunberg

Fall 2019 Update: Harvest, Study, and my Upcoming Book Project

Well, it has been almost 3 months since I have posted here. So, here is my Fall 2019 update. Garden season has closed at the homestead. The zucchinis did well, the tomatoes and green beans okay. I harvested my potatoes (both red and white) in mid-August. I got two nice bushels of red potatoes, less … Continue reading Fall 2019 Update: Harvest, Study, and my Upcoming Book Project

Kindle Ebook version of *Rethinking The Propositions* now available for only $3.99

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