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This is the official, authoritative, inspired podcast of the Babylon Bee. Join editor-in-chief Kyle Mann and writer/creative director Ethan Nicolle for a look at weekly highlights, discussing the spiciest topics of the times, the stories behind the stories, and a behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of America's most trusted source for Christian news satire.
 
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With the second book in the “Psi Corps Trilogy” under our belts, we’re back to discuss the continuing story as captured in Deadly Relations: Bester Ascendant. As mentioned previously, this set of books was based on a script written by JMS, and are considered canon, and all three were written by J. Gregory Keyes. The second novel in the set begins i…
 
In this episode of The Bee Weekly, cancelled standup comedian Josh Denny joins Kyle and Ethan to talk about what’s been going on at The Babylon Bee this week, how Hitler opposed vaccine mandates, and how smart people are making blood bricks on Mars. Kyle and Ethan also talk to Dr. Mary Grabar about her new book, Debunking the 1619 Project. Kyle, Et…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk about apologetics and witnessing to Black Hebrew Israelites with Vocab Malone. Vocab Malone gained prominence for street rapping the gospel and witnessing to Black Hebrew Israelites. He shows why Black Hebrew Israelites are a movement we need to take seriously. He has a YouTube Channel, where h…
 
Kyle, Ethan, and Brett Kunkle from MAVEN guess which headlines are real or fake and have to eat mystery pie if they guess wrong. Brett Kunkle also kunkles some culture and helps us discern what is good or harmful in pop culture today. There’s weird news headlines, glorious hate mail, and other shenanigans going on at The Babylon Bee. Be sure to che…
 
The Claremont Institute's James Poulos talks about how Animal Crossing is destroying your soul and how your smartphone is crossing into the demonic. James Poulos is the Executive Editor of the American Mind, the Claremont Institute’s online publication. He is a frequent commentator on technology, the American character, and social scores for Kyle a…
 
Kyle, Ethan, and Adam talk about their favorite hilarious Babylon Bee Outtakes that didn’t make the final cut of Babylon Bee sketches, the new HBO Max documentary on Gwen Shamblin Lara and her weight loss cult as another Hero of the Faith, and Homicide Whales now being a thing. The Bee guys go through weird news of the week and salty hate mail too.…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Ethan and Michael talk to Matt Fradd about Aquinas’ view on happiness, the tyranny of Australia, and how comedy from liberals is going down hill. Matt Fradd hosts the popular podcast, Pints with Aquinas, where he interviews religious figures and hosts debates on Christianity. He has written several books, includin…
 
With the second book in the “Psi Corps Trilogy” under our belts, we’re back to discuss the continuing story as captured in Deadly Relations: Bester Ascendant. As mentioned previously, this set of books was based on a script written by JMS, and are considered canon, and all three were written by J. Gregory Keyes. The second novel in the set begins i…
 
Kyle, Dan, and Michael continue reading through The Lord of the Rings in Shelob’s Lair and The Choices of Master Samwise. They discuss how masterful a horror writer Tolkien was and how most modern storytelling pales in comparison, the importance of always using the right tool for the job, and how even a simple hobbit from the Shire with a little li…
 
It's a discussion on vaccine mandates this week on The Bee Weekly. Ethan Nicolle, Adam Yenser, and Kira Davis from RedState talk mandates, woke wrestling, and how it is now legal to kiss in Portland if you are vaccinated. Adam Yenser quizzes Kira and Ethan on whether headlines are real or fake. Kira answers subscriber questions in the subscriber lo…
 
On the Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Jeremy S. Adams about working with the Gen Zer student, the warning about this new generation, and anxiety in kids. Jeremy S. Adams has been a teacher for both the high school and the college levels. He thinks that teachers have a front row seat to America’s decline with Generation Z. Kyle a…
 
Kyle, Dan, and Michael continue reading through The Lord of the Rings in Journey to the Cross-Roads and The Stairs of Cirith Ungol. They discuss how evil is only a twisted distortion of what is good, how holding on to the good helps us to reject the bad, and how the king has got a crown again. Also, what’s the deal with all these stairs? To access …
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to David Storrs about the process of making prank videos, Fameless, and the one prank show David regrets making. Ethan reveals himself as a connoisseur for prank shows with David being one of his ultimate favorite pranksters. David has worked on the prank shows, Fameless, Scare Tactics, and Fri…
 
Kyle, Dan, and Michael continue reading through The Lord of the Rings in The Window on the West and The Forbidden Pool. They discuss how book Faramir completely owns weak cry baby Filmamir, how our culture can’t process a character that is virtuous and good, and Frodo coming back to his central decision to show mercy to the one who wants to throttl…
 
In this episode of The Bee Weekly, musician Chandler Juliet joins Kyle and Ethan to talk about what’s been going on at The Babylon Bee this week, The Babylon Bee’s new book that is available for pre-order now called The Babylon Bee Guide to Wokeness, and the saddest news ever about Norm Macdonald’s passing. In the subscriber-exclusive lounge, Adam …
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Jonathan Pageau about making Christian carvings, monsters, and the breakdown of identity in our culture. Jonathan carves Eastern Orthodox images and other traditional images. He has been appearing on many podcasts, including one on Jordan Peterson’s podcast. Jonathan has a knack for discover…
 
Kyle, Dan, and Michael continue reading through The Lord of the Rings in The Black Gate is Closed and Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit. They discuss how rude it is for Sauron to keep his front door locked, Sam taking time off from saving the world to cook some stew, and the tremendous importance of potatoes. To access this subscriber-exclusive content, g…
 
In this episode of The Bee Weekly, Ethan Nicolle is joined by Adam Yenser to discuss what happened this week, like a man losing his job for expressing an opinion half of Americans have. Also, who will check the fact checkers? There’s weird news, hate mail, and lots of tarantulas. Ethan and Adam talk about their weeks and get into weird news. Keep y…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Dr. Owen Strachan about defining wokeness, never escaping your oppression, and the deeper meaning behind the movie, 1917. Owen Strachan is the Provost and Research Professor of Theology at Grace Bible Theological Seminary. He received his Ph.D from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Dr. Ow…
 
We’re back again, this time starting the first trilogy of novels, collectively called the “Psi Corps Trilogy.” This set of books were based on a script written by JMS, and are considered canon, and all three were written by J. Gregory Keyes. In this first novel, we learn Bester’s backstory, and see just how the Psi Corps began. The novel starts in …
 
We’re back again, this time starting the first trilogy of novels, collectively called the “Psi Corps Trilogy.” This set of books were based on a script written by JMS, and are considered canon, and all three were written by J. Gregory Keyes. In this first novel, we learn Bester’s backstory, and see just how the Psi Corps began. The novel starts in …
 
Kyle and Dan are joined by their new friend Michael to discuss the first two chapters of Book Four, The Taming of Sméagol and The Passage of the Marshes. They discuss the obvious tonal shift from book three to book four, the importance of gratitude that each day we are alive and unthrottled, and how you should always pack a rope unless you want to …
 
Kyle and Ethan are joined this week by political commentator Bill Whittle to talk about blue checks on Twitter calling conservatives the American Taliban, weird news of the week like Japanese death rides, and a nature documentary series that doesn’t hate God called The Riot and the Dance! Be sure to check out Bill Whittle’s website and show called …
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Petra lead vocalist, John Schlitt. They talk about the journey to front man of Petra, almost getting swept out to sea, and his views on the top Christian music artists. John had a long road into becoming the lead vocalist of Petra that dealt with lots of hardship and an engineering job along…
 
Kyle and Dan from The Babylon Bee read The Lord of the Rings with the subscribers of The Babylon Bee. This time they wrap up Book 3 with The Voice of Saruman and The Palintir chapters. As the band formerly known as the Fellowship of the Ring encounters Saruman, will there be a big epic wizard duel at Saruman’s crazy tower? Where is that round spike…
 
Kyle and Ethan are joined by our friendly neighborhood professor of theology, Dr. Thaddeus Williams. He is the author of Confronting Injustice Without Compromising Truth and God Reforms Hearts: Rethinking Free Will and the Problem of Evil. As usual, they dig into the weird news of the week, but they also get an update from Ethan’s wife about her ex…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to stand-up comedian Nazareth. They talk about performing on Zoom, finding Jesus, and being Middle Eastern. Nazareth has been a stand-up for over 25 years. He started his comedy career working with the likes of Chris Rock, Adam Sandler, and Kevin James. Once he found Jesus, Nazareth committed h…
 
In this episode of The Bee Reads, Kyle and Dan talk about two chapters of The Lord of the Rings, The Road to Isengard and Flotsam and Jetsam, where they find Merry and Pippin finally reunited with their friends on a field a victory enjoying a few well-earned comforts. Is Saruman the original liberal? Is smoking all that pipe weed healthy? Will Kyle…
 
This episode of The Bee Weekly is brought to you by Conservative Conversations by Intercollegiate Studies Institute. Enjoy in-depth conversations with leading thinkers on the most important issues facing conservatism. Kyle and Ethan attempt the One Chip Challenge and then sing to Em and her husband in Spanish, using a Worship Song Generator and Goo…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Kevin McCreary from Say Goodnight Kevin. They talk about the art of making fun of Christian movies, Nicolas Cage in Left Behind, and the state of Christian art. Kevin created his YouTube channel back in 2014 for a way to help people think for themselves on movies. He has grown his audience b…
 
In this episode of The Bee Reads The Lord of the Rings, Kyle and Dan talk through two chapters, The King of the Golden Hall and Helm’s Deep. They read about how Aragorn threatens to kill anyone who touches his stuff, Theoden sees the brighter side of things thanks to Gandalf, and Legolas and Gimli become fast friends while killing orcs together. Wi…
 
In this episode of the Bee Weekly, Kyle and Ethan are joined by apologist Dr. Frank Turek, founder of CrossExamined and author of several books including Stealing From God and I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist. They talk about the weird news of the week that they can’t believe is real and ask Frank all the internet’s top questions about Go…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Glenn Jacobs. Glenn Jacobs is the current Knoxville County Mayor and is also known as the WWE wrestler Kane. They talk about being a wrestling star, libertarian philosophy, and the best hot chicken in Tennessee. Glenn had gained most of his fame from being one of the most feared villains wit…
 
Kyle and Dan continue reading through The Lord of the Rings and make it to the ancient forest of Fangorn. Will Treebeard get the John Wick biopic that he deserves? What does C.S. Lewis have to do with Fangorn? Is Mordor going to open up a hot chicken restaurant? Tune in to find out. Subscribe to The Babylon Bee to get access to The Bee Reads at: ht…
 
In this episode, Kyle and Ethan are joined by Kevin McCreary from Say Goodnight Kevin. They talk about the best Christian album covers of all time, horrible places to hang your hammock, and The Babylon Bee triggering the socialists on Twitter. In the subscriber portion they talk about crazy Christian movies they can’t believe are real. One of our s…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Seamus Coughlin of FreedomToons about animation, public school, and personality types. Seamus has grown a large following with his YouTube channel, FreedomToons, while also being the Catholic voice on various podcasts including The Tim Pool Daily Podcast. Seamus grew his love of politics and…
 
This time we’re looking at the final novel in the set of nine (what people call) standalone novels: the much-anticipated To Dream in the City of Sorrows, by Kathryn M. Drennan. With what we already knew about this book, there was little concern about how good it was rumored to be. It was everything we’d expected and hoped for and/or remembered. Tow…
 
This time we’re looking at the final novel in the set of nine (what people call) standalone novels: the much-anticipated To Dream in the City of Sorrows, by Kathryn M. Drennan. With what we already knew about this book, there was little concern about how good it was rumored to be. It was everything we’d expected and hoped for and/or remembered. Tow…
 
Kyle and Dan from The Babylon Bee continue reading through The Two Towers with chapters introducing us to The Riders of Rohan and the Uruk-hai. They discover that Rohan is a very big place. They talk about their favorite parts of the chapters and find out what happened to Merry and Pippin. What do Legolas’ elf eyes see? Do orcs even have menus? How…
 
In this episode of The Bee Weekly, Kyle and Ethan take time to recognize some heroes of the faith before looking at what G.K. Chesterton said about people who believe in themselves. In the subscriber lounge, Kyle asks Ethan the Next Ten Questions. Kyle and Ethan honor heroes of the faith like a preacher catching himself before offending little peop…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Dr. Jeff Zweerink about aliens, accurate Sci-Fi movies, and being a scientist and a Christian. Dr. Jeff is a senior research scholar at Reasons To Believe. He holds a Ph.D. in Astrophysics and has debated Ken Ham on the age of the earth on the Unbelievable radio program. He struggled earlier…
 
In this episode of The Bee Reads, Kyle and Dan begin the second part of The Lord of the Rings, The Two Towers, by reading The Departure of Boromir. They talk about their favorite parts of the chapter, try to summarize it, and go to subscriber-submitted comments and questions. Start reading The Two Towers with guys from The Babylon Bee by becoming a…
 
In this episode, Kyle and Ethan are joined by Kristin Weber, a comedian, speaker, and author of several books including Adulting For Jesus. She also plays a mean accordion. Kristin gifts us with our new theme song before getting into all the weird news of the week like how human civilization has finally reached pregnant man emojis and how crossword…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Ryan Tillman of Breaking Barriers United. They talk about misconceptions about being a cop, being an outspoken Christian, and the power of the media on public perception. Ryan Tillman is a working police officer and founder of Breaking Barriers United. Breaking Barriers United is a Christian…
 
In this episode of The Bee Weekly, Kyle Mann and Ethan Nicolle are joined by musician, actress, and comedienne Chandler Juliet to talk about the most recent bad takes on social media, making music during the pandemic, and the library in the UK being forced to apologize for the “rainbow dill pickle monkey” brought in to entertain children. They talk…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Chef Andrew Gruel about running a restaurant, why people won’t let go of tips, and Ethan’s idea for nacho’s. Chef Andrew Gruel has appeared on many shows including as a Judge on Chopped and Food Truck Face Off. He has gained notoriety recently for being outspoken about the struggles restaura…
 
In this episode of The Bee Weekly, Kyle and Ethan are joined by fan favorite Seamus Coughlin of FreedomToons to talk about skunks in pickle jars, Facebook warning you about all the extremists they platform, and how The Babylon Bee doesn’t make fun of Trump. There’s also weird news, hate mail, and the ultimate showdown between Calvinists and Catholi…
 
On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to author/podcaster Tom Woods. They talk about being a very failed podcaster, the difference between society and politics, and Thomas Aquinas. Tom Woods is one of the leading Libertarian podcasters with The Tom Woods Show and is the author of 12 books. He also has written a number of Ebooks tha…
 
Here we are, looking at the second to last standalone novel Personal Agendas, by Al Sarrantonio. We approached this one with cautious optimism, since it follows a very well written novel that brought us home to the Babylon 5 universe we all love so much. Turns out we weren’t let down; the book warranted our optimism. There were highs and a few lows…
 
Here we are, looking at the second to last standalone novel Personal Agendas, by Al Sarrantonio. We approached this one with cautious optimism, since it follows a very well written novel that brought us home to the Babylon 5 universe we all love so much. Turns out we weren’t let down; the book warranted our optimism. There were highs and a few lows…
 
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