Orthorexia and Orthopraxy

Douglas Wilson has been beating this drum for a while, but it’s good to see it getting some play at this Christianity Today site, where misses usually take the early lead over the hits. This article, however, is a hit:

Some members were vegans, some vegetarians, some macrobiotic eaters, some who wouldn’t eat anything from the onion family of vegetables and some who were raw foodists. All could marshal “experts” to support their dietary doctrines. And it was really, really hard for them to eat together.

Read the rest here.

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