Listen to Warwick and Kurt share on national radio about their bestselling book to date, Jesus: The Centre of It All.
In my youth, I was an anti-Vietnam War activist and a Marxist. Here's how I came to faith in Christ.
Canberra Declaration came together to pray in and celebrate the soon-to-be-released book Jesus: The Centre of It All!
Katharine Hayhoe is a leading spokesperson for catastrophic climate change. She's also a pastor's wife. Here's a little of her story.
Despite its relatively short length, Voice Treaty Truth contains a wealth of information and background. It is a soul-searching read that will prove vital for the days, weeks and months ahead.
Joe Rogan's first public encounter with a Christian intellectual was as fascinating as you might expect, and is a much-watch for every believer.
Children need their parents, not Big Government acting as their 'village'. One thing that is now crystal clear is that the radicals and militants are fully and ferociously targeting our children. No wonder we hear so much today about grooming and the like: it is [...]
A Review of The Economics of the Parables by Robert Sirico. There are plenty of folks who want to enlist Jesus for their socialist and radical left political agendas. There want to convince us that Jesus was a Marxist and a social justice warrior. They are [...]
For centuries, Christians have sought revival—a quickening of the Spirit in God’s people. Billy Graham was arguably used by God to spark spiritual awakening around the world, including in Australia. Here are what this great man of God identified as the eight characteristics of a [...]
80 years ago C S Lewis clearly sounded the alarm, but we paid no heed. He told us so. He tried to warn us. He sounded the alarm 80 years ago. Back in 1943 Lewis gave three extremely important lectures which were published four years later in the form of The Abolition of [...]
Some choice quotes from this important book by Lewis: In February of 1943 C. S. Lewis gave three lectures which set out to do several things: examine the philosophical follies of modern education and reductionistic scientism, and make the case for objective values and natural law. They were published [...]
The New York Presbyterian pastor and popular author Tim Keller has passed away, aged just 72. He had been struggling with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer for a year and a half. (As a personal aside, it was around the very same time he learned of [...]
A Review of The Case Against the Sexual Revolution by Louise Perry. Over the past few decades, there have been a number of excellent works critiquing the sexual revolution, the porn culture, sexuality divorced from morality, and so on. While many of these are penned [...]
Over the years I’ve been involved in thousands of online conversations with atheists, many of whom identify with the label “rational sceptic”. But when you examine their position, in most cases reason is the last quality to be found in their ideas. And this is [...]
One can never get enough of Leonard Ravenhill. There is always so much we can glean from the words of Ravenhill – though he is dead, yet he still speaks. He has brought a very strong and anointed word for the Body of Christ today. Sure, many [...]
These quotes will encourage and convict – we need to hear them. The great preacher, teacher and revivalist Leonard Ravenhill (1907–1994) had a huge influence on millions of Christians. He even was involved in discipling folks like Keith Green. His prophetic ministry was a godsend [...]
The following is a guest post by Gabrielle Bauer, author of the new book BLINDSIGHT IS 2020: Perspectives on Covid policies from dissident scientists, philosophers, artists, and more. Bauer and I crossed paths as fellow Brownstone contributors, and I think readers will enjoy her expansive and grounded [...]
Memorable quotes from Chesterton’s memorable book. OK, I confess. I have a copy of G. K. Chesterton’s 1908 classic Orthodoxy in my hands once again. It is never far from my side, and I revisit it regularly. I have often said that Chesterton is my all-time favourite author and Orthodoxy is my all-time favourite [...]
Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936) is one of my favourite writers, and his 1908 volume Orthodoxy is one of my favourite books. He was an English writer, apologist, poet, essayist, and journalist. He was extremely prolific, having penned some 80 books, 400 essays, and many short stories, [...]
Some of you might be wondering if I am starting to lose it. ‘Praising disbelief? I thought you were a champion of belief and faith!’ Well, I certainly do stress the vital importance of a strong faith and solid belief. But that does not mean [...]