In this postmodern age many think that no one can know Truth.
It is true that we cannot know truth if there is no revelation from God.  – Vishal Mangalwadi

Revelation Movement exists to re-establish the cultural authority of VERITAS (Truth) because God has revealed Truth in scripture and God has given man the mind and clues to help us discover what He has concealed. (Proverbs 25:2).

The inspiration for Revelation Movement began in 1995, in the heart of a little-known Indian philosopher, Vishal Mangalwadi. It came as he prayerfully researched a response to an attack on the Bible by one of India’s most prominent and public intellectuals.

Mangalwadi’s initial response to the attack was published in a letter, “The Bible and Civilization in the Second Millennium” included in his book titled, Missionary Conspiracy: Letters to a Postmodern Hindu (1966).  The letter presented Vishal’s case for his controversial claim that the Bible was the book that created the modern world, including modern India. His case for Bible’s role in creating modern India was further developed in Mangalwadi’s 1997 book, India: The Grand Experiment.

Vishal Mangalwadi

Vishal Mangalwadi is an international lecturer, social reformer, cultural & political columnist and author of seventeen books. Born and raised in India, he studied philosophy at universities, in Hindu ashrams, and at L’Abri Fellowship in Switzerland


Explore projects the Revelation Movement has inspired. Each one is consistent with the ministry’s search for Truth and principles found in The Book That Made Your World: How the Bible Created the Soul of Western Civilization (Thomas Nelson, 2011), Truth and Transformation: A Manifesto for Ailing Nations (YWAM, 2009), The Book of the Millennium (an 8-part lecture series) and Must the Sun Set on the West (an 11-part audio and video series)