They say that truth is stranger than fiction. But according to Seth Dillon, CEO of America’s largest satire site The Babylon Bee, it is increasingly difficult to see any daylight between the two. Cross and Culture: Can Jesus Save the West? is now just $4.95 in ebook format. Shop here. Dillon told Fox News this week that nearly 100… Read More Punchlines or Prophecies?: 100 Babylon Bee Woke Jokes Fulfilled
Cross and Culture: Can Jesus Save the West? is now just $4.95 as an eBook. Shop here. In early 2020, a New York Times headline scoffed, “Senator Tom Cotton Repeats Fringe Theory of Coronavirus Origins“. This week, the newspaper of record is sounding a different tune: “Lab Leak Most Likely Caused Pandemic, Energy Dept. Says“. It is only… Read More Covid-19 was created in a Wuhan lab — and now you’re allowed to say so
Cross and Culture: Can Jesus Save the West? is now just $4.95 in ebook format. Shop here. A revival broke out last week at a chapel service at Asbury University, Kentucky. The Asbury Revival is now spreading to other American universities. A few dozen students lingered in worship after the end of chapel last Wednesday at… Read More The Asbury Revival
Cross and Culture the eBook is now just $4.95. Shop here. A peer-reviewed study published this month at Science Direct found the infection fatality rate (IFR) for non-elderly people who contracted COVID-19 was far lower than original, widely-publicised estimates. The report compiled data from 31 national seroprevalence studies that took place before mRNA injections were rolled out and before the appearance… Read More COVID-19 Far Less Deadly for Non-Elderly than Original Estimates: Study
This post is a little out of the ordinary. Instead of an article, what follows is Angie and my latest newsletter, which includes some big life announcements (you can subscribe to our newsletter here). Happy New Year! If you’re short on time, here’s a summary of our last few months: we have moved states, started… Read More Mahlburg Mail: A Life Update
Cross and Culture the eBook is now just $4.95. Shop here. A post has been making the rounds on social media this week which juxtaposes two striking photos. The first is from 1956, when a trio of Manhattan skyscrapers had their windows lit up to form three giant crosses over New York City in celebration… Read More Will the New Year Bring Progress or Just More Insanity?
The festive season is upon us — a time to decorate the house, gather with family, exchange gifts, and of course, discuss the pagan origins of Christmas. In recent years, suggesting and suspecting that Christmas has a pagan past has almost become a Christmas tradition in its own right. Now, an increasing number of Christians are… Read More Christmas: ‘Tis the Season to be Pagan?
A guest post by renowned Australian Christian historian Dr Stuart Piggin. A New Australian Classic Is this book destined to become a classic in the literature on the Australian Christian experience? Does it so richly communicate the presence of God that the reader is raised above the conviction that we have here testimony only to… Read More Great Southland Revival: A Review by Dr Stuart Piggin
‘Twitter is both a social media company and a crime scene,’ says Elon Musk, its new owner.… Read More The Twitter Files: My Paranoia Has Been Vindicated
The following is an excerpt from my latest book, Great Southland Revival. Jesus’ ministry was marked by incredible scenes of revival. According to R. E. Davies, “While most writers ignore the fact, it may also be said that the ministry of Jesus Himself manifested many revival features, as vast crowds also followed Him, and as He… Read More Jesus: The First Revivalist