I'm still taking time off from blogging, but I am compelled to come back and let you know about some new and thought provoking Christian-Agrarian writings I've recently discovered on the internet. Here's an excerpt:
"Agrarianism [is] the only proper seedbed for Christianity. Where Christianity has existed in an Agrarian culture, it has thrived and produced ample fruit. Where it has existed nominally in a non-agrarian culture, it has produced no fruit at all except apostasy. Examples abound...."
That quote comes from Michael Bunker. He has posted two essays that I recommend to you. One is Agrarianism vs Urbanism and the other is Towards A Biblical-Agrarian Culture.
Mr. Bunkers web site, BiblicalAgrarianism.com is worth bookmarking.
As for me, in my haitus from blogging here I have managed to get a lot of work done on the house. I also purchased a nice BCS rototiller (actually a walk-behind tractor with tiller attachment) to help with my garlic planting next month (I've been gardening and growing garlic without a tiller of my own for several years now). And I've been working on the web site that I want to put together to sell my agrarian books. I have decided to name the web site, The Deliberate Agrarian (see TheDeliberateAgrarian.com) instead of "Whizbang Books," (WhizbangBooks.com) which was my original plan. Once the site is up and running I plan to return to blogging here.
For those who are first time visitors here, please be sure to check out this blog for a sampling of stories from "the best of" The Deliberate Agrarian.
Best agrarian wishes to you all,
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