Are you creative and imaginative and wonder how it has to do with the Bible? Do you know what apologetics is and why it’s important?
I talk to Heidi Mortenson on Strong Tower Mental Health Podcast about my personal testimony as a believer in Jesus Christ, the importance of understanding apologetics as well as my journey into being a professional writer and filmmaker.
You will be pulled into a deeper part of Christianity than you ever have before using your heart, mind and will.
We can know God with our head, but when we use both the right and left side of our brain, our faith grows more than we could ever imagine.
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 was on the Iron and Myth podcast again. This one is going to fascinate you.
IS CHAOS a symbol of disorder, or is it, as certain passages in the Bible suggest, an entity?
Back this month for another in our Iron and Myth series are Brian Godawa (www.godawa.com), author of Leviathan and Behemoth, Pastor Doug Van Dorn (www.douglasvandorn.com), author of Giants: Sons of the Gods, and Dr. Judd Burton (www.burtonbeyond.com), author of Interview with the Giant: Ethnohistorical Notes on the Nephilim.
We discuss the various ways chaos is described in the Bible (Leviathan, Rahab, a multi-headed sea dragon, and the sea itself), the apparent struggle to subdue chaos in scripture and in pagan cultures of the ancient world, and the disturbing connection between chaos and the modern UFO phenomenon.