Here is what my interviewer, Doug Van Dorn wrote about this interview:
Acclaimed Author/Novelist/Script Writer Brian Godawa takes us into the heart and soul of his work.
With a vast and wildly popular catalog of writings that span everything from fiction book series to Hollywood films, Brian shares with us, everything from where he draws inspiration to how he manages his writing process.
A must-listen for fans of his work and for those who wish to discover new and quality, reality-based fictional literature!
If you’ve been bothered by how woke Hollywood has gotten, then don’t miss this discussion! In this video I chat with Hollywood filmmaker and author Brian Godawa, author of the brand new novel: Cruel Logic.
We chat about how Christians can tell better stories, whether or not sex and violence are appropriate in films, and Christians can get movies made in today’s anti-Christian culture. Check it out 🙂
I was on this new podcast with Nikola called Myths, Mysteries and Majesties.
We talk about my story as well as What is actually a myth? What is the role of imagination? What’s the ontological reality of other gods? Was polemics used as an apologetic tool in the Bible? How did the ancients see the universe being structured?
IS IT possible for a story to literally scare the Hell out of you?
Every era has had its stories of monsters, demons, and gods. Those tales can teach some supernatural truth—sometimes by accident.
That’s not to say that we can find the gospel in every tale of horror. But they are “reflections through a distorted lens of godless man.”
I join Derek Gilber’s podcast with Dr. Judd Burton (www.BurtonBeyond.net), author of Interview With the Giant, and Doug Van Dorn (www.douglasvandorn.com), author of Giants: Sons of the Gods, to discuss our favorite examples of horror that manage to teach us something about the spiritual conflict around us.
I just released this new 96 page booklet about the historical interpretation of religious freedom in America.
I examine the Founders’ original intent behind the freedom of religion in the First Amendment. I use documented historical sources to tell the story of the transformation of religious freedoms from a “wall of separation” that protected Christianity from the state, into a wall of oppression weaponized by the state against Christianity.