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July 2022 EDW Report

Every month, Evangelical Dark Web provides report on the previous month including a summary of within the church as well as this specific ministry July was a scattered month. With the fallout from the Annual Southern Baptist Convention and the Presbyterian General Assembly, July was unfocused, slower, yet it allowed us the time to tackle large topics and figures.

In addition to putting out a dissertation on Jordan Peterson and responding to JD Hall’s disqualification again, much of the month was spent combatting fake Christian media, most notably raising awareness about Christian Post.

Additionally, my political campaign ended resulting in defeat, although Cox and Peroutka still won statewide. Things are going to be ramping up at Evangelical Dark Web and I’m happy to report on upcoming events.

Quick Stats


As previously announced, nothing would really happen prior to July 19th. Since then however, I began writing on Rich Wilkerson Jr. This should be published on Sunday. Additionally we will have content on the controversial Sean Feucht. I am unsure who I will write about after Wilkerson, but feel free to make a request. All requests are tabulated. Perhaps I will do another poll for members.


With fewer videos in July, our numbers weren’t as good. Ironically, it was more profitable, not that YouTube pays a whole lot. August will be jampacked with videos and livestreams.


Evangelical Dark Web will be relaunching its audio podcast. We had difficultly getting it established, but are now distributed on Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, and not Apple (because Apple refuses to verify my account.) The podcast will come after the videos because the mp3 is rendered from the YouTube link.

“Patreon” System

Evangelical Dark Web has a tier subscription service. A lot of competitors have this (a term of endearment in this case) and for good reason. The purpose of this is not to make the founder of this site rich. This is a labor of love and will remain that way. Rather the purpose of this is to build a war chest. I have great admiration for what people like Jon Harris of Conversations That Matter are doing in supporting a new decentralized infrastructure for the church to navigate the fallen institutions all around us and crafting professional documentaries telling important stories. Consider joining. This will allow access to all the Evangelical Dark Web has to offer, like polls for the next discernment verdict.


Soli Deo Gloria,


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