Saturday, March 06, 2010


For the last half a year I have periodically searched the web for someone critiquing Michael Pollan's books from a Christian worldview since they weren't titles that had made it to my husband's must-read list. The next best thing? Having someone like Douglas Wilson write his thoughts about the ideas and arguments Pollan makes regarding food, its evolution, production and consumption.
I'm always happy when someone smarter than me reads the same stuff that I do and writes about it. It makes me feel somewhat smart too. Like, at least I reading the same stuff that smart people read and I'm smart enough to know that I'm not very smart. (My mom says something like that all the time.
Start with Homeopathic Poison and then read the more recent posts in the Creation and Food label. And if you never heard of Michael Pollan or have never read his books, go read Wilson's posts anyway. They're more interesting then most stuff on the web.

*photo: now infamous celery patch in last year's garden. that's a joke of course.

1 comment:

  1. Interesting! I love reading another perspective. I'll have to go through the rest of his articles to see his thoughts. Thanks for posting!


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