Adam Fleming Petty

Adam Fleming Petty lives with his wife and daughter in Indianapolis. His writing has appeared in The Millions, the Christian Courier, and Cultural Society. He is at work on a novel. Find him on Twitter @flamingpetty.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

The Bones of What You Believe

Tom Bissell transforms Jesus's Apostles from figures of myth to tangible human beings, in search of a scholarly perspective on the origins of Christianity....


Film Junkies

On the addiction narrative, when the addiction is movies....


The Junk Artist

D’Ambrosio falls into a wide range of subjects, including Native American whaling, housing developments, and tabloid martyr Mary Kay Letourneau....

The Junk Artist
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