Rod Lampard

In 2009 Rod moved on from a 12 year management career with Koorong. Then went on to study a degree through Tabor College Adelaide, graduating from there in 2013 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Ministry & Theology. You can read more of Rod’s work at his website.

Unmasking the Political Hijacking of Climate Science: Interview with Dr Judith Curry (Full Transcript)

Climatologist Dr Judith Curry is a true black sheep of the climate science community. Curry…

Remembering Roger Scruton: Finding Consolation, Fighting Anxiety and Rediscovering God’s Moral Equilibrium

From a post of mine from 2017 when I first engaged with Scruton on a…

CNN settles defamation lawsuit with Covington schoolboy, Nick Sandmann, after mass media vilification and bullying

Round one of consequences for the mass slandering of the Covington Catholic schoolboys may have…

Peace after the firestorm: Epiphany 2020, bush fires, fire-activated seeds and our nation’s hope

At the end of Isaiah, the prophet talks about the relationship between new life and…

What if Mary gave birth to Jesus in our politically correct, abortion-obsessed, the-future-is-female culture?

Here’s how a committee meeting between Herod and his advisers might sound if such a…

Christianity Today, where is the consistency?

If Christianity Today is to remain at the top of its game after their recent…

Rowan Dean is right, Farage’s role in the UK election makes him one of the greatest political leaders since Thatcher

The opinion I held prior to the British election remains the same. I like Boris…

Australia helped spearhead the end to the Dutch famine in 1945, few know it ever happened

Nicholas Best recounts a little known story about two Lancaster bombers. One crewed by Canadians,…

Banana on a wall sells for $120,000, man eats it, Western elites call both “art”

Gene Veith once wrote, ‘secularists are genuinely unable to tell the difference between art that…

The Climate Change Blame Game and the Question of Cloud Seeding

Inciting people to rage against their neighbour in the name of the environment, or because…