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    Kurt Mahlburg

    Kurt Mahlburg is an emerging Australian voice on culture and the Christian faith. He has a passion for both the philosophical and the personal, drawing on his background as a graduate architect, a primary school teacher, a missionary, and a young adults pastor. Since 2018, Kurt has been the Research and Features Editor at the Canberra Declaration. He is also a freelance writer and a regular contributor at Mercator, the Spectator Australia, Caldron Pool, and Intellectual Takeout. He is married to Angie, who hails from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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  • What Unites Americans in 2024

    What Unites Americans in 20240

    There’s plenty of division to go around in 2024. But a new Pew Research report on how Americans view major institutions offers some insights into where Americans agree—and where the biggest divides are. Titled “From Businesses and Banks to Colleges and Churches: Americans’ Views of U.S. Institutions,” the report summarized the views of over 5,000

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  • The Meaning of Ash Wednesday

    The Meaning of Ash Wednesday0

    Ash Wednesday is—oddly perhaps—a day I have long associated with bushfires, better known in the American hemisphere as wildfires. I come from the Adelaide Hills in South Australia, where on Ash Wednesday in 1983, catastrophic bushfires, driven by 70-mph winds and fueled by years of drought-ravaged eucalyptus forest, tragically claimed 28 lives. In the neighboring

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