Rod Lampard

Rod, his wife Jonda, and their five kids are homeschooling veterans. Rod spent 12 years in management at Koorong, has a Bachelor’s Degree in Ministry & Theology, and is a writer for the theological, politically edgy news site Caldron Pool. Rod also writes for the Spectator. Find his personal blog here.

Articles by Rod Lampard.

  • 25 November 2022

    2.9 MINS

    Bestselling Christian novelist Stephen Lawhead's Roman retelling of King Arthur is being prepped for the big screen. Daily Wire CEO Jeremy Boreing announced a multi-film adaption of the six-book series, The Pendragon Cycle, during what is the conservative media company’s equivalent of a state of [...]

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  • 18 November 2022

    8.2 MINS

    According to the Oxford Dictionary, a Social Justice Warrior is ‘a person who expresses or promotes socially progressive views.’ The online Urban Dictionary offers a more substantial explanation: “A pejorative term for an individual who repeatedly and vehemently engages in arguments on social justice on the Internet, often [...]

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  • 11 November 2022

    3 MINS

    In 1976, American psychiatrist Karl Menninger gave an unintentional treatise on how concealed sin is killing the West. He declared, ‘We have lost our sense of history.’ With it, the West has lost any ‘sense of morality’, sin, responsibility, identity, and moral integrity. Sensing Truth [...]

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  • 4 November 2022

    4.5 MINS

    A more honest headline for The Atlantic’s recent demand for amnesty over the pandemic response would have been: “Sorry, Not Sorry.” The sarcasm best represents the article’s smug sentiment. Author and economics professor Emily Oster inferred that we should just sweep the rubber bullets, totalitarianism, [...]

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  • 28 October 2022

    3.1 MINS

    According to marriage advice from an exorcist, who caught the attention of premium Catholic News site Aleteia, marriages are paralysed by a waning prayer life, pride, and porn. Milan priest Fr Ambrogio Villa gave a rundown on how he came to discover what he categorised [...]

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  • 21 October 2022

    2.7 MINS

    In the long list of 20th-century books still relevant today, Carl F.H. Henry’s Twilight of a Great Civilisation fits well in the “I told you so” category. Published in 1988, Henry’s 182-page foresight about the West’s drift toward neo-paganism joins the work with other late [...]

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  • 14 October 2022

    2.4 MINS

    Tulsi Gabbard has scorched the Democrat Party, declaring the party to be “under the complete control of an elitist cabal.” The 2020 presidential candidate announced the surprise exit during the first episode of her new podcast, The Tulsi Gabbard Show. Gabbard’s departure ends a 20-year [...]

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  • 7 October 2022

    3 MINS

    If mothers and children are to be properly supported, educators and employers must recognise the vital role of fathers as caregivers too. “Schools and companies need to understand that dads can be parents too." An article recently published by Employee Benefit News rightly argued that [...]

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  • 4 October 2022

    3.8 MINS

    The overbearing weight of being governed by a government that has confused the Creator with the creature is inevitably unjust, corrupt, and self-destructive. Marx founded a poisonous ideology. One thing we’re big on in theology is literary criticism. The scientific process of taking a statement [...]

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  • 30 September 2022

    3 MINS

    The elderly Right to Life volunteer received a ‘gunshot wound to the back/shoulder while leaving a residence during a heated conversation.’ Lila Rose, founder of Live Action, is demanding justice for a broad range of attacks against pro-life volunteers, after an 84-year-old Right to Life [...]

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