Is Rh-Negative Blood Evidence of Alien / Nephilim Hybridization?

I was a co-host for this podcast with Michael Heiser, Doug van Dorn, Doug Overmyer and a doctor with blood background.

The idea that people with Rh-Negative blood indicates alien or nephilim ancestry is on the rise in fringe internet communities and websites. In this episode our panel is joined by someone with medical training (MD) who is familiar with blood typing and the genetics behind Rh-negative blood. The episode discusses the nature of Rh-negative blood, its genetic explanation, and speculations about other traits associated with Rh-negative blood.

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE

 

 

What is the Book of Revelation All About? Hint: It’s Not What They Told You.

I was on Nick Peter’s Deeper Waters Apologetics Podcast. It was a great interview. Lively, informative and exhaustive on the topic of the book of Revelation and the “last days” of Jesus’ teaching.  Boy, have modern prophecy pundits got it all wrong.

Listen to it here.

We talked about my journey of how I changed my mind in eschatology, as well as the book of Revelation and how it fits in the first century context. It will blow your mind. Nick is quite smart and knows how to ask penetrating questions that get right to the point.

And if you want to read his book review of my book Tyrant, click here.

He also reviewed my book End Times Bible Prophecy, here.

 

 

Is Brian Godawa a Last Days Heretic?

Am I a heretic?

Or just a timid voice of sanity in the wilderness of failed prophecy pundits?

I love these guys at Canary Cry. Best headline for any of my interviews yet.

We don’t have the same view of the end times, but they are gracious and fair and have a good sense of humor.

This interview was energetic and inspiring and intense!

We talked about my change of mind in eschatology (end times beliefs). We talked about the world of modern prophecy interpretation and how extreme and ungracious Christians can be with each other over non-essential doctrines. On that, we agreed!

We talked about my novel Tyrant: Rise of the Beast as well as my theological book on the end times, End Times Bible Prophecy: It’s Not What They Told You.

We talked about Jesus’ Olivet Discourse and Daniel and the Beast. Lively discussion. Helpful in sorting out the problems and issues.

Enjoy the show here.

SPOILER ALERT: I am happy to announce that they concluded I am not a heretic! 🙂

 

 

Wonder Woman: Women Can Be Warriors, as Long as They are Sexy

Wonder Woman is like most first-in-a-series comic book fantasy movies, pretty cool action, great ironic humor, with some depth of character and a big silly battle of gods at the end. The sequel will of course be crap. But at least we’ll have WW1.

In the run up to its release, this movie became a lightning rod of feminist hope for transforming the superhero genre, and a weapon of feminist hatred against men. It proves to be neither.

It’s just another good fantasy comic book movie. With the emphasis on fantasy.

It works precisely because the notion of women warriors is an odd rarity and a biological anomaly. It’s a fantasy that does not fit reality, and that is why it is entertaining. Yes, I know Ronda Rousey could kick my butt. That is why I wrote “anomaly.” Butt the biological fact of the matter is that military reality proves that most women cannot meet the standards of warriors. It is basically not in their nature or their biology.

Third wave feminists and their leftist useful idiots believe that if they can change the narrative and promote their ideology agenda of univocal male and female identity in culture, that it will magically change reality. But it won’t. It will turn some men into emasculated geldings that they will then use and discard from dissatisfaction, but it won’t change scientific reality. And that is why they are using law to force this diabolical social engineering in our own military as well as society. They know the military is the ultimate expression of masculinity in a culture, so that is why they want to fundamentally transform it.

Wonder Woman carries a sense of originality that makes it stand out from other comic book movies precisely because of its irony… Continue reading

Alien Covenant: Ridley Scott’s Christophobic Atheism

Alien: Covenant views like an atheist version of a bad Christian movie.

Look, I was a fan of the original Alien, as one of the best sci-fi horror films of all time. Although I can no longer watch it because it’s gimmick of slow build suspense doesn’t work any more. It’s no longer scary, it’s just boring. One dinner scene remains emblazoned on film history, I won’t deny that. But the film no longer stands up for me.

Not so with Aliens. Aliens is the only one that still works in the series. It is the classic that surpasses the original. But of course, it isn’t Ridley Scott, it’s James Cameron, a superior storyteller. But I digress.

The Devolution of Atheist Storytelling

It seems as Scott gets older, his hatred of God burns brighter. Which is not a wise thing, considering how close he is in age to his own demise. And the worse his films seem to get as well. It’s almost as if Scott’s filmmaking is an argument for the existence of God. The more you apply atheism to your storytelling, the more irrational and the less satisfying your storytelling is for the human spirit.

Gladiator (2000) was quite simply a masterpiece of filmmaking. But it was pagan. Okay, a pagan masterpiece. An inversion of the gladiator movies of the past from their Judeo-Christian context into a celebration of pagan “transcendence.” Not because Scott (or his atheist screenwriter, David Franzoni) believes in such silly things, of course, but simply as a mythical embrace of anything other than Christianity. All the persecution of Christians in that era was quite literally cut out of the story.

Hannibal (2001) was a mocking subversion of the Christ story that transformed the cannibalistic serial killer into a Christ figure and the “real villain” was a caricature of a fundamentalist Christian. Satan as hero, worthy of the Scorsese award for antichrist filmmaking. And just a stupid movie.

Kingdom of Heaven (2005), was a humanistic reduction of all religion as morally equivalent and reduced to conquest. Wait. No. Actually, it was the denigration of Christianity to Islam, since the Crusades were depicted without their context of defense against imperialist jihad, and since the Muslims were portrayed as being more noble in their culture than the Christians. The story is about a Christian knight after all, who loses his faith in the face of multicultural experience of the other. (once again, any enemy of Christianity seems to be this director’s friend, even if that enemy hates him and wants to enslave the world) The problem is that this movie is an epic that lacks transcendence, even the pagan transcendence of Gladiator, and therefore becomes uninspiring and forgettable.

Prometheus (2012) (another pagan myth) was the mind-numbingly boring attempt to make the ancient aliens theory look aesthetically acceptable. But it’s still just the ridiculous atheist fairy tale that the gods of religion come from aliens. And they laugh at Christians claiming we believe in ridiculous made-up myths! Oh, and don’t forget, in this one, Jesus Christ was an alien. Gotta love that shot of the artwork of an alien in a crucifixion pose. Just give us some aliens vs. humans, damn you!

The Counsellor (2013) an uninspiring piece of nihilistic trash. When you argue that there is no meaning or purpose in reality, is it any wonder, your stories become meaningless and without purpose?

The abominable Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014) displayed Scott’s apex of vile anger and contempt for the God of the Bible by reducing him to a tamper tantrum-throwing child, a figment of delusion—more a projection of Scott’s hypocritical atheist moralizing (since atheism claims there are no moral absolutes) than a nuanced understanding of complex deity and ancient sacred storytelling. They say your view of God is often a reflection of how you see your father. Well, I can only hope Scott will one day see beyond his own self-righteous hatred of daddy to find the grace that would actually give his hopeless life and absurd universe some meaning and purpose.

It Just Keeps Getting Worse

Now, Alien: Covenant carries on Scott’s legacy of Christophobic atheism. Continue reading

Omega Frequency: Persecuted Christians Under Nero – Similar to What’s Coming

This was a great interview I had with BDK on the Omega Frequency podcast.

Listen to it here.

Episode 94 features an in-depth look at some of the challenges the first generation of Christians faced while living under the rule of Nero. Under the Emperor Nero Rome prided it self on it’s multiculturalism. Early Christians faced many of the same cultural issues we face today. It might shock people to learn that under Rome, Christians had to stand against issues that we find ourselves wrestling with today. Because they would not compromise their faith, Nero branded them “the haters of the world”! Nero also blames the Great Fire of Rome on the Christians. This leads to the horrific persecution of the early church including the martyrdom of the apostles Peter and Paul. How did the earliest followers of Christ stand firm in their faith while living under the rule of a tyrant?

Of course, Christians in Muslim majority countries are already being persecuted in a similar manner. But it is rising in the U.S. too.


Fight the Bible Prophecy Industrial Complex

Are You Sick of “End Times” Same Ol’ Same Ol’?

I am. That’s why I went on the Alexxcast to talk about a new way of seeing Jesus’ prophecy about the End of the Age.

Alexx is not a Christian, but he is very open to hearing other viewpoints, so I do explain a lot of basics to help those who are not as familiar with the typical “Left Behind” scenario, and then I explain where it is wrong, so wrong.

And just what is right, so right. You gotta listen to find out. I promise it is informative and entertaining.

Listen to the podcast here.

 

Everything You’ve Heard About the Apocalypse is Wrong

 

Okay, maybe not EVERYTHING. But certainly most things. Shocking, but true. The typical scenario of a rapture, Antichrist, 7 year Tribulation etc. all in our future simply doesn’t hold up to Scripture. Find out where you can begin to discover a more biblical way of reading the End Times through the context of the ancient Jewish mindset not our own modern one.

I was on Off the Grid Podcast talking about my new series, Chronicles of the Apocalypse. It was a good show. Very informative and helpful.

Check out the podcast here.

Here is what they write about the interview:

Brian tells us:

  • Why he sees modern-day parallels between the times of Emperor Nero, who persecuted Christians, and events of today.
  • How the theology behind “Chronicles of the Apocalypse” differs from the “Left Behind” books.
  • Why Christians should not be afraid of reading biblical fantasy books – and how such books can encourage them.

Finally, Brian tells us how his interpretation of the book of Revelation differs from the more popular “Left Behind” interpretation.

We learned a lot about Scripture and the apocalypse during our discussion with Brian, and we know you will, too!

OFF THE GRID PODCAST

Conspirinormal Podcast Interview: Godawa on Chronicles of the Apocalypse

This was a great interview with a great host, Adam Sayne.

You are gonna love it. First off, he introduces the audience to the basic schools of eschatology and the end times.

Then at around 30:00 I come on and talk about the theological foundation of my new novel series, Chronicles of the Apocalypse.

I tell my own story of how I changed my view on the end times, I address Matthew 24 and the Last Days, the problem of hyperliteralism, as well as the ancient Hebrew background to understanding the imagery of the book of Revelation.

Listen to it here.