Christians and Conservation: Reflections on 'Sex, Economy, Freedom and Community' by Wendell Berry

In the same way that Evangelical Ethics by John Jefferson Davis startled me awake to the necessity of a Christian understanding of and engagement in the major ethical issues facing the church today, Wendell Berry, in Sex, Economy, Freedom and Community, with his winsome (and sometimes powerfully sarcastic) writing style, provoked me to begin to … Continue reading Christians and Conservation: Reflections on 'Sex, Economy, Freedom and Community' by Wendell Berry

Fighting in Good Conscience: Reflections on 'War and Christian Ethics,' edited by Arthur F. Holmes

I have a deep and abiding respect for the men in our military. My admiration grew after I read Lone Survivor, the true account of a failed Navy Seal mission in Afghanistan, written by the only surviving soldier of team Redwing, Marcus Lattrell. In his moving and detailed account, Latrell describes the rigors of Navy … Continue reading Fighting in Good Conscience: Reflections on 'War and Christian Ethics,' edited by Arthur F. Holmes