Larry G. Johnson – Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, he grew up on a family dairy farm near Owasso. He received his undergraduate degree and MBA from the University of Tulsa. Following two years in the US Army with a tour of duty with the First Infantry Division in Vietnam, he spent his business career as a CEO in banking and CFO of a publicly held company. He is a recognized author of several books. His first book, Tar Creek – A History of the Quapaw Indians, The World’s Largest Lead and Zinc Discovery, and the Tar Creek Superfund Site, was a finalist in the Oklahoma Center for the Book’s 2010 Non-fiction Book of the Year. He writes weekly articles on his website culturewarrior.net and speaks about Christianity and the culture to various groups and organizations. He lives in Owasso with his wife Sherry.
The good society is inhabited by a people who have constructed and maintain a high degree of moral and social order founded upon and held together by the glue of eternal truths, norms, human universals, mores and traditions, distant voices of the past, and most importantly faithfulness to God and the prescriptions of the Bible. […]