The Babylon Bee: It’s a go-to source for us beleaguered believers who need a chuckle. Or two or three.
Today on the BreakPoint Podcast, Shane Morris welcomes the Bee’s Editor-in-Chief, Kyle Mann, as they discuss the role satire can play in telling the truth to a culture that no longer believes in truth.
What are the Bee’s boundaries? At what point can satire go too far? And how do you write satire in an age where truth really stranger than fiction?
Photo Courtesy: Kyle Mann Facebook
Publication Date: December 11, 2019
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