Joe Biden Delivers His First SOTU Address

I only made it through the first 46:39 of President Joe Biden’s first State of the Union address on MSN before I needed to leave out for work this morning, but here is what I have to say to as much as I heard. As Doug Wilson over at Blog and Mablog has said recently, I agree…More

The Answer to the Ultimate Question

In Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the supercomputer Deep Thought operates for 7.5 million years to spit out the answer “42.” But by that time, nobody remembers what the question was. So then another supercomputer – this one none other than our very own planet Earth – is designed by a race of hyper-intelligent,…More

Ben-Hur – A Tale of the Christ

Let’s talk about the classic film Ben-Hur – the 1959 version with Charlton Heston, of course. This is one of my favorite movies, and has been since childhood.  If you’ve never seen it, do yourself and everyone around you a favor. Watch it. If it’s been a while since you watched it last, watch it again. —…More

Taming the Tongue

“Anyways” – you would not believe how difficult it has been for me to try to eliminate just that one little word from my vocabulary. But this just serves to underscore the larger point of Biblical passages like James 3:1-12. Listen to this episode of the podcast to hear about my personal endeavor to get better,…More

Choosing The Seventh Audiobook

I try to maintain seven audiobooks in my queue at all times. With having recently finished Fault Lines by Voddie Baucham, however, there is now an open slot.  At the time of this recording, my current reading list includes the following titles: Children of Ash and Elm by Neil Price The Church History by Eusebius,…More

Book Review: ‘Fault Lines’ by Voddie Baucham

Voddie T. Baucham’s Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe is an excellent book and you should read it. That is the short version. Voddie reminds me here why I have admired and appreciated him so much over the years. My wife Lauren and I had the pleasure of hearing him speak at…More

Hey Jude

Before heading off to Wyoming for Gas Chromatograph training this week, the New Testament book of Jude was on my mind, since we’ve been going through it as a church the past couple of Sundays. Call me crazy, but part of how I learn things – and how I know whether I have learned things –…More

Playing Civilization VI With My Friends

At time of publishing, Steam tells me I have logged 2,816.4 hours on Civilization VI.  Bear in mind that with this being a turn-based strategy game I have been playing regularly since it was released in late 2016, a lot of those hours have not been active playing.  Being turn-based, a lot of those hours…More

Episode 100

This is the 100th episode of The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show podcast. To mark this momentous occasion, it seems good to me to take a look back at how this all started and how far the process has come.More

Book Review: ‘Christianity and Liberalism’ by J. Gresham Machen

I just finished listening to J. Gresham Machen’s Christianity and Liberalism on Audible yesterday, and I am struck by the clarity and directness of Machen’s arguments. In sum, Liberal Christianity is a different religion. It is a counterfeit Christianity. It is a false gospel. And we need to regard it clearly as such. Just like the…More