“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:” ---Ecclesiastes 3:1 The Bible informs us that there is a season to everything. There has been a season of my blogging, and it has ended. In the last three years I have witnessed several sites that I regularly … Continue reading The Season of Blogging
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