Was the Harlot Queen of Israel merely a pure evil witch who wanted to destroy God’s chosen and ruin the lives of anyone around her?
Not exactly according to the Scriptures. It’s a little more complicated.
In this episode, multi-time guest Brian Godawa returns with yet another Biblically based fiction book for the Chronicles of the Watchers series, JEZEBEL: HARLOT QUEEN OF ISRAEL!
We discuss the complexity behind Jezebel, mostly found in the book of 1st and 2nd Kings, but also how it all ties together with the greater story arc of God vs the gods, the watchers, the Nephilim, the chosen people of ancient Israel, and the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.
This is a fresh and unique interview with some very smart and creative guys, Stephen Burnett and Zackary Russell.
We talk about how imagination comes into play with theology, the arts, creativity, the Bible.
We go deep.
Listen to the podcast here.
I was interviewed by Mike Indest for this great podcast edition of Down the Line.
We talked all about the foundational universe of the Chronicles of the Watchers as well as the first two books, Jezebel and Qin.
We discuss his new novel Jezebel: Harlot Queen Of Israel.
Along the way we also discuss how this scriptural account of Elijah, Jezebel, Baal, and Yahweh mirrors today’s society.
This is truly one broadcast you won’t want to miss!
JEZEBEL GETS too much credit for the evil in the world today. Jezebel spirit? She was human, so she’s dead and her spirit is powerless.
However, there were spirits behind Jezebel, and it’s them we have to be concerned with.
Award-winning Hollywood screenwriter Brian Godawa is back to talk about his new novel, Jezebel: Harlot Queen of Israel, Book 1 in his Chronicles of the Watchers series. We discuss Jezebel, Ahab, the gods of ancient Tyre and Samaria, and why Brian chose to use Jehu, one of Ahab’s military commanders, as a major character in the novel instead of the prophet Elijah.
I was on the Bee again with the most excellent Ethan Nicolle and the most disturbing Kyle Mann.
We talk about epic films (Braveheart, The Patriot, Ben Hur) where individuals are willing to live and die for transcendent values set in all-encompassing civilization-shaking settings, and a lot of people get stabbed. We also talk about the secular-sacred divide in films and the genre of “Christian” movies. Spoiler: Not all Christian movies are crap.
This is one of the best book reviews of my novel series Chronicles of the Apocalypse.
The reason is because the reviewer, Jerry Bower, is both responsibly knowledgeable on the material AND read all the books.
PLEASE note, that the podcast link at the bottom of the page is even better than the review and one of the BEST interviews on the series ever. We talk about the historical event of the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70, Josephus, the origin of the book of Revelation, 666, various interpretations of the end times and how they fail, false prophets of today, but also the supernatural dimension of the unseen realm as described by scholar Michael S. Heiser. I explain how I incorporate Heiser’s divine council and Watcher paradigm and how it fits into Revelation in the first century.
Read the review here.
(And don’t forget to click the link at the bottom of the review to listen to the podcast)
If you want to go straight to the podcast online to listen, click here.
It’s not quite that simple. But there is much profundity in this discussion about our culture and superheroes.
Nate is one of my all-time favorite podcast hosts. This was an engrossing discussion.
Okay, I like the co-host Gene Gosewher too.
I talk alot so if you like to listen to me, you will love this podcast. If you hate the sound of my voice and my thoughts, then this will drive you up a wall.
This is the third part of my talk with Andy and Mel on The Not So Dissident Future podcast.
We discuss the implications of Revelation fulfilled in the first century.
What is there to look forward to? What comes next? What is the kingdom of God?
Mel and Andy chat with Hollywood Screenwriter and author of Chronicles of the Nephilim and Chronicles of The Apocalypse, Brian Godawa. They examine the theory that much of what Jesus predicted would happen ‘soon’, has actually happened in the 1st century.
Listen to it here.
I co-hosted the show again with the usual suspects, Michael Heiser, Trey Stricklin, Doug Overmyer and Natalina (Doug Van Dorn missing because he forgot and was raking the leaves in front of his house :-).
We veered off into an interesting rabbit hole of the dangers of Biblical hyperliteralism and the attempt to correlate the Bible with modern sciences. It’s a good one.