New Young Adult Version of Chronicles of the Nephilim
Edited Age-Appropriate for Teens and Above
Chronicles of the Nephilim for Young Adults is a version of the original Biblical Fiction series that has been edited to be age-appropriate for Ages 13 and above, Grades 8 and above.
Fans of the Chronicles know that the original series is rated PG-13 (R in some places). But this version for young adults has edited the explicit descriptions of sin and toned down the violence to be rated G (PG in some places).
But it is the same rip roaring action adventure, romance and spiritual journey about Nephilim Giants, Watchers, and the Biblical Cosmic War of the Seed that will keep you on the edge of your seat and help you see the Biblical narrative with fresh perspective.
I have also taken out the theological appendices from each of the books that explained the Biblical and ancient historical research behind the fiction. If readers want to read these appendices, they can buy the book When Giants Were Upon the Earth that contains all the appendices gathered in one volume with extras. All volumes are available on Kindle and in paperback exclusively at Amazon.com.
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Mike Indest gives a charitable review of Jesus Triumphant as a guy who can’t stand Christian fiction, but LOVES this book and its series, Chronicles of the Nephilim.
Down the Line Magazine is an edgy contemporary Christian culture magazine that interviewed me in the past here, here and finally here.
Read the review of Jesus Triumphant here.
LikeFlint Radio Show 37: Brian Godawa: Chronicles of the Nephilim: Jesus Triumphant.
Join GK, Cliff & Brian Godawa as they discuss Brian’s latest work. This wide ranging interview discusses both the fictional and factual concepts in the book including; The Book of Enoch, The Nephilim, The Watchers, The Giants and spiritual warfare.
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Kevin Ott is a fan of the Chronicles of the Nephilim series.
His appreciation and attention to detail are helpful in his book review of Jesus Triumphant.
Read it here.
NEPHILIM IN the New Testament? Surely Brian Godawa has stretched his Chronicles of the Nephilim series at least one book too far!
But no! Brian joins us to discuss his latest novel, Jesus Triumphant: Chronicles of the Nephilim Book Eight, and makes the case that the giants who caused so much trouble throughout the history of Israel were still in the land for one last attempt at preventing the Messiah from completing his mission.
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Check out the newest episode of Omega Frequency! Ep. 36 – “Jesus Triumphant with Brian Godawa”. On this episode author Brian Godawa returns to the Omega Frequency podcast! We discuss his new best selling novel Jesus Triumphant. We dig deep into the themes of spiritual warfare, demons, the Nephilim, and most importantly Yeshua’s victory over Satan! We also discuss some of the Hebraic history behind certain key events in Yeshua’s ministry, and why it’s important to understand the ancient Hebraic narrative when reading portions of the Bible. Finally, Brian shares his heart on why he created these novels and why it’s important to him to tell these stories through the eyes of authentically written characters.
Take a listen here.
All 8 Chronicles of the Nephilim novels are in the Top 15 best sellers of the Amazon Religious Biblical Fiction category!
Find out why so many are finding these Biblical Fantasy novels to be so fascinating and entertaining. They are changing the landscape of Evangelical imagination and theology.
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See what all the controversy is about.
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In my novels, Joshua Valiant and Caleb Vigilant, I write about a tribe called the Seirim people of Banias at Mount Hermon. They live in caves at the foot of the mountains and are led by satyrs, chimeric beings with the lower body of a goat and the upper body of a human. But this mythopoeic imagery is not a mere assimilation of ancient Greek myths about Pan, the satyr deity of nature and shepherding. The notion of satyrs or goat deities predates Greek myth and finds a place in Canaanite lore, and therefore, the Bible as well.
Take a look at these prophecies of Isaiah referencing the destruction of Babylon and Edom.
Isaiah 34:11–15 (The destruction of Edom)
11But the hawk and the porcupine shall possess it, the owl and the raven shall dwell in it… 13Thorns shall grow over its strongholds, nettles and thistles in its fortresses. It shall be the haunt of jackals, an abode for ostriches. 14And wild animals shall meet with hyenas; the wild goat (seirim) shall cry to his fellow; indeed, there the night bird settles and finds for herself a resting place. 15There the owl nests and lays and hatches and gathers her young in her shadow; indeed, there the hawks are gathered, each one with her mate.
Isaiah 13:21–22 (The destruction of Babylon)
21But wild animals will lie down there, and their houses will be full of howling creatures; there ostriches will dwell, and there wild goats (seirim) will dance. 22Hyenas will cry in its towers, and jackals in the pleasant palaces; its time is close at hand and its days will not be prolonged.
The passages above speak of God’s judgment upon the nations of Babylon and Edom (symbols of all that is against Israel and Yahweh). A cursory reading of the texts seem to indicate a common word picture of Yahweh destroying these nations so thoroughly that they end up a desert wasteland with wild animals and birds inhabiting them because the evil people will be no more.
Nothing about mythical monsters like satyrs there, right?
Wrong. Because the English translations of the Hebrew word seirim as “wild goats,” obscure the full ancient meaning. If we look closer into the original Hebrew, we find a more expanded mythopoeic reference to pagan deities.
All the chutzpah. Rated G. For those with squeamish stomachs who still love a good spiritual war.
The Young Adult Edition of Jesus Triumphant is NOW AVAILABLE
You can get it in Kindle or Paperback exclusively at Amazon.