This was an interesting interview with Celeste Solum, who explores wild stuff.
I talked about the supernatural worldview in the Bible and it’s application to my novel series.
And then a bit about Hollywood and worldviews.
Watch it here on Rumble
This is a great interview I had with Ricky Pope for Christian Nerds Unite.
It is a good strong explanation and introduction into what is the whole point of Nephilim in the Bible.
But also: Hollywood Worldviews, Movies about Bible stories, as well as Biblical values in movies.
Check it out here:
THE SONS OF GOD saw that the daughters of men were fair, and they took as their wives any they chose.
This story is at the root of many of the spiritual practices of the ancient world—pagan, Jewish, and Christian.
But when did the transgression of the bene ha-elohim take place?
We’re joined again by screenwriter and novelist Brian Godawa, pastor and author Doug Van Dorn (https://douglasvandorn.com/), and archaeologist and author Dr. Judd Burton (burtonbeyond.com/) for our latest edition of Iron and Myth. We discuss the fall of the Watchers, including some fascinating passages in Numbers and Isaiah that may be prophecies of the ultimate destruction of the rebellious Watchers and their hybrid offspring, the Nephilim.
SATAN AND his minions haven’t been completely united in their rebellion against God.
What did this war in the fallen realm look like?
Brian Godawa (www.godawa.com),
Doug Van Dorn (www.douglasvandorn.com),
Dr. Judd Burton (www.burtonbeyond.com)
join Derek Gilbert on View From the Bunker to discuss the supernatural war that has raged across the cosmos almost since the beginning of creation.
You are not going to want to miss this one. And it will be necessary before you listen to the next episode coming shortly.
Nate Sala is one of my favorite interviewers.
This is his podcast Wise Disciple.
He asks me about my new book Moses: Against the Gods of Egypt, Nephilim and Watchers.
As well as my experience in Hollywood. He give questions no one else does.
From Derek’s Channel: It’s a virtual roundtable this week as we’re joined by three men who have invested a lot of time and energy into untangling scripture from myths and legends of the ancient world to understand why the Hebrew prophets and apostles were led to include giants in the Bible.
Taking part in the discussion, which may well become a regular feature, are:
* Author and screenwriter Brian Godawa (www.godawa.com)
* Pastor and author Doug Van Dorn (www.douglasvandorn.com)
* Archaeologist, historian, author, and teacher Dr. Judd Burton (www.burtonbeyond.com, www.tioba.org)
Among other topics, we discuss the motives of the rebellious “sons of God” referred to in Genesis 6:1–4, how they hope to escape the sentence of death God proclaimed in Psalm 82, and whether verse 1 of that psalm describes a courtroom scene in God’s divine council or His intrusion into the “council of El,” creator-god of the pagan Canaanites.
I was on View from the Bunker with Derek Gilbert.
We go way back. He is one of the most intelligent and well-versed people on the ancient world that I know.
His interviews are always deep ones.
We talked about my new novel on this episode, but you will hear stuff you won’t hear on any other podcast because.
You’ll find this a detailed and engrossing interview.
We talked about the ancient material and worldview behind my new bestseller, Jezebel: Harlot Queen of Israel.
If you haven’t listened to any podcasts on this yet, this is the one you need to listen to.
Derek is one of the most interesting interviewers, with his wide esoteric knowledge of both the Bible and other ancient works.
So, he knew what to ask. You’ll love this one.
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.