What God Hath Scattered, Let No Man Gather

“Men can live in their towers, they can build their skyscrapers and their giant cities, they can cover the world with a web of interlocking cities, but these have no more meaning for them. Babel will never be finished” (Jacques Ellul, The Meaning of the City, p. 19).

Douglas Wilson

My name is Douglas Wilson, and I am the chief cook and bottle washer around here. I am happily married to Nancy, 38 years and counting, and I have three kids and kids-in-law who all make me the right kind of proud, and I also have teeming hordes of grandchildren who come over to our house pretty regularly in order to terryhoot. By “teeming hordes” I mean sixteen.