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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.
Did you know that the Bible treats pagan gods as if they are real demonic entities? Well it does. And god uses language that expresses his subversion of those false gods. Watch the video to find out how he does it with poetic imagination.
This is a video I made to help explain to Christians the power of myth in storytelling that they often miss out on because of their fear of that word, “myth” as meaning a false tale. It does not. CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien understood this. So should we. Or we miss out on all God has for us with our imagination. Watch the video to find out.
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?