I was on Fire Theft Radio for a great in depth interview. Here is what the podcast had to say about it:
Christian art like movies and books often suffer so much in quality because the focus is on the message and not the art itself.
How can a believer talk about moral relativism, or anything in the modern “woke” culture from a christian perspective and get the point across?
Author Brian Godawa tackles this and much more in his thrilling new novel “Cruel Logic”. Where a Serial Killer asks his victims before he kills them to give him a valid moral argument for him not to commit such a horrible crime against them.
We discuss on the show how moral relativism has destroyed western civilization and continue our conversation on the importance of being a defender of the faith.
Although the book is based on fictional characters, Brian makes sure he bridges the gap between christian themes and the art of a great story!
Chuck and Mav had a great conversation bringing up the modern state of decline of morality here in America.
I just released a small booklet on Kindle and audiobook only.
It’s a companion booklet of some essays I wrote, inspired by and related to my theological thriller novel, Cruel Logic: The Philosopher Killer.
The essays explore the crisis of Western Civilization vs. the woke Left, Christian apologetics and Christian deconstruction, the origins of wokeness and its war on reality, ethics and the moral argument for the existence of God.
Could You Defend Your Beliefs If Your Life Depended On It?
The Tragedy of Evangelical Christian Deconstruction
America’s Cultural Revolution of Woke Violence
The Problem of Evil and the Existence of God
A Genealogy of Wokeness: Book Review of Chris Rufo’s America’s Cultural Revolution
DO PLACES EXIST where the veil between this world and the next is thinner—namely, portals?
Dr. Judd Burton (www.BurtonBeyond.net), author of Interview With the Giant, Brian Godawa (www.Godawa.com), best-selling author of the new novel Cruel Logic, and Doug Van Dorn (www.douglasvandorn.com), author of Giants: Sons of the Gods, and join Derek Gilbert to discuss the concept of portals.
From Mount Hermon to the Tower of Babel to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, a belief in portals between the supernatural and human realms is ancient and widespread.
Do portals actually exist? Can our entertainment choices open us up to spiritual influences?
This would all be an intellectual exercise if Jesus hadn’t specifically chosen to declare his divinity at Caesarea Philippi, a location widely believed to be a portal in the ancient world.