Kurt Mahlburg

Kurt Mahlburg is Canberra Declaration's Research and Features Editor. He hosts his own blog at Cross + Culture and is also a contributor at the Spectator Australia, MercatorNet, Caldron Pool and The Good Sauce. Kurt is also a published author. His book Cross and Culture: Can Jesus Save the West? provides a rigorous analysis of the modern malaise in Western society and how Jesus provides the answer to the challenges before us.

Kurt has a particular interest in speaking the truths of Jesus into the public square in a way that makes sense to a secular culture and that gives Christians courage to do the same. Kurt has also studied architecture, has lived for two years in remote South-East Asia, and among his other interests are philosophy, history, surf, the outdoors, and travel. He is married to Angie and they live in Sydney's Northern Beaches.

Articles by Kurt Mahlburg.

  • 6 December 2022

    2.5 MINS

    The following is an excerpt from Kurt and Warwick’s latest book, Great Southland Revival. As individuals and as the church collectively, we need revival. We need a visitation from God because even our best efforts at keeping the faith can easily become drab, dull and dead. [...]

  • 2 December 2022

    1.9 MINS

    Australia's revival history has long been neglected. Not any longer. Warwick and I are passionate about revival in Australia. And we are convinced that Australia’s revival history—which has mostly been forgotten—is so exciting that it might just spark the next revival blaze if enough people [...]

  • 30 November 2022

    2.4 MINS

    Discover the role that Wilberforce played in Christianising the young colony of Australia in Great Southland Revival. William Wilberforce (1759–1833) is best known as the British parliamentarian who spent his life in the fight to abolish of slavery. But few Christians know of the influential [...]

  • 29 November 2022

    2.6 MINS

    Watch the Prayer Launch for Great Southland Revival and get up to 40% off pre-orders for the book. After much anticipation throughout 2022, Great Southland Revival is finally available for pre-order. The Canberra Declaration has already received pre-orders for around 600 copies of our latest [...]

  • 11 November 2022

    2.8 MINS

    Kurt and Warwick’s new book on Australian revivals is due for release later this month. Australia is a nation forged in the furnace of revival. After taking a year to research Australia’s spiritual awakenings, this is the inescapable conclusion we have come to. Warwick and [...]

  • 21 October 2022

    3.6 MINS

    Intention That God would send revival to Australia, not to make us feel good but to transform our nation for righteousness. Scripture “When the Day of Pentecost had fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. And suddenly there came a sound [...]

  • 17 October 2022

    3.3 MINS

    Last week, the Daily Declaration reported on a Pfizer executive’s admission that her company never tested whether its mRNA product could stop transmission of Covid-19 before putting it to market. The bombshell admission contradicted earlier assurances that if a person took Pfizer’s mNRA injections, they [...]

  • 12 October 2022

    2.3 MINS

    Pfizer spokesperson Janine Small told the European Parliament this week that the pharmaceutical giant never tested their mRNA injection on its ability to stop transmission of COVID-19 before it went to market. The bombshell admission was made in response to a question by Dutch MEP [...]

  • 7 October 2022

    4 MINS

    The mob now attacking Andrew Thorburn for his faith was first discipled by Thorburn while he was NAB's pro-LGBT chief executive. I don’t think there’s a Christian in Australia who wants to be Andrew Thorburn. His story is now a familiar one. A day after [...]

  • 6 October 2022

    1.1 MINS

    According to newly-released CDC data, 1 in 13 Americans had to seek professional medical care after taking a Covid-19 injection, while 1 in 3 suffered from some kind of adverse event. The data represents over 10 million Americans and was reported by injection recipients via [...]