I was on the Conspirinormal podcast to talk about Hollywood and my new novel Remnant.
Here is what Adam Sayne of Conspirinormal writes about the interview:
We speak to Brian about his new book “Remnant” the second installment of his “Chronicles of the Apocalypse” series. Brian gets a little deeper into the Preterist view of End Times Prophecy and how it has influenced his work. We also discuss some of what is going on in Hollywood right now.
My interview starts at the 1 hour 15 minute mark.
Listen to it here.
I was a cohost on this Peeranormal episode, about Bible codes. Along with Michael Heiser, Doug Overmyer, Doug Van Dorn and Trey Stricklin.
Back in mid-nineties a peer-reviewed article was published that sought to legitimize the idea that the Hebrew text of Genesis encrypted meaningful information about modern persons and events. Their method for detecting the presumed encrypted knowledge was known as equidistant letter sequencing (ELS).This article (Witztum, Rips, and Rosenberg) became a reference point for journalist Michael Drosnin, who wrote the bestselling book, The Bible Code, shortly thereafter. Subsequent to the success of Drosnin’s book, Bible-code research expanded to the full Torah and beyond, to the rest of the Hebrew Bible. In this episode we ask whether there is such a thing as ELS Bible codes. Have other statisticians and biblical scholars agreed with Witztum, Rips, and Rosenberg, or are there serious problems with the method and its assumptions?
Catch the podcast here.
I was on the Clear Lens podcast with Nate Sala.
A great time talking about my journey out of Dispensationalism and Left Behindism.
And talking about my new novel, Remnant: Rescue of the Elect.
The Remnant 144,000 in Revelation are the Jewish Christians who fled Jerusalem in the first century to avoid the wrath of God that was coming upon the city.
Check it out here.
I had a great interview with Mike Indest on his new podcast Down the Line here.
We talked about the Last Days in the New Testament, my journey out of Left Behindism, and how the book of Revelation was fulfilled in the first century.
Modern day prophecy pundits are speculative like conspiracy theories. They are always wrong, and they are always changing.
Find out why.
These guys like beer and theology. fascinating combination.
I start around 9 minutes in. I first talk about my screenwriting career.
Then we talk about how I gave up on “Left Behindism.”
And then I talk about the story of first century Rome vs. Jerusalem in the storyline of my series Chronicles of the Apocalypse.
Spiritual warfare stories. Supernatural worldview, and more!
LISTEN to the podcast here.
A View from the Bunker
Wait? How can that be? Haven’t we been told Revelation is about the judgment of the earth?
Well it’s not what they told you…
Shocking, yes, only because of a modern bias in interpreting the Bible through our worldview, instead of the ancient Jewish worldview.
A great discussion with Derek Gilbert, who does not agree with my view, but is very willing to entertain the conversation.
We talk all about my novels the Chronicles of the Apocalypse as well as the historical event of the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple in AD 70 and how it fits Matthew 24 and the book of Revelation.
You will find this fascinating.
Watch the podcast here.
A great podcast interview with TruthSeekah about the End Times. We talked about how the prophecies of the Last Days were not the Last Days of the earth, but the Last Days of the Old Covenant. If this is true then the entire paradigm of Bible prophecy that most Christians are following must be changed.
Listen how you can begin to do so. Check out the podcast here.
Me and Rob Skiba again! The guy is smart, sharp, he’s got a good sense of humor, and he’s a very fair host.
It’s so hard, trying not to fall into the trap of saying that every new podcast interview is “the best one yet.” That dilutes the phrase. It’s a dangerous slippery slope into click bait.
But I have to say this series of discussions truly are the best interviews I’ve had. We go deep into issues and because it’s a series, we cover a lot more ground than I have before.
This interview starts out on the poetry of Bible prophecy. Metaphors, hyperbole, symbols versus “literal.” What about double fulfillment? Are the Last Days in our future or were they in our past as the Last Days of the Old Covenant?
Listen here to the podcast online. You’ll be glad you did.
Part 1 is on the same page as Part 2 if you want to listen to it.
Part 3 is coming next week. We’ll talk about the book of Revelation specifically.
Living the Adventure: LISTEN to the podcast here.
Five of the top 10 movies at the box office this year are superhero movies. And eight of the top 25 films of all time are superhero flicks.
So, why are we as a society so obsessed with superheroes? Is there, perhaps, a spiritual reason behind the craze? Brian Godawa, a professional author and filmmaker, believes there is.
A Christian in the entertainment industry, Godawa says we are attracted to superheroes on the big screen because we have a natural desire to fill – as Pascal said – the God-shaped vacuum inside all of us. But that’s not the only reason.
Superhero movies are the topic of this week’s edition of War of the Worldviews.
Godawa also discusses:
- What we can teach our kids after watching superhero movies.
- What he thought about the popular movie Wonder Woman.
- What he thinks about the trendy antihero movies.
Living the Adventure: LISTEN to the podcast here.
The novel series Chronicles of the Nephilim is sometimes edgy and shocking, but no more than the Bible is.
I explained to Matt Faraci how I integrated imagination and fiction with theology in my Biblical novels while seeking to maintain an honorable fidelity to the holy Scriptures.
Find out why many of my fans say that these novels have brought to life the Scriptural narrative in a way that has not been done before for them.
Hear why this series has dominated the Top 20 in Biblical Fiction for years on Amazon.com.
Listen to the podcast here in all its glory!