A Clear Lens is always an in depth and thoughtful interview.
On this one, we look at Acts 17, Mars Hill and try to learn from Paul how to use narrative apologetics in our culture.
He who tells the best story wins.
And Christianity has the best story, so let’s get storytelling!
Listen to the interview here.
Had a great long talk with Jared Chrestman on his podcast.
We talked about the popular misunderstandings of End Times Bible prophecy,
as well as my novel series Chronicles of the Apocalypse.
Very exciting and entertaining talk.
Enjoy. I did.
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I had a great interview with Clark Weidner on the issue of Hollywood worldviews and how they affect us.
A little about my own journey of underrtanding as well.
This is a great summary of very important issues for Christians who love movies and TV.
The Sequel to When Giants Were Upon the Earth.
For those who want serious study of the topics of the Unseen Realm in the Bible:
• Watchers, Sons of God
• Angels and demons
• Pagan gods against Yahweh
• Ancient spiritual warfare
• Moses, Pharaoh, the Ten Plagues
• Jezebel and Elijah
• The cosmic war between the Seed of the Serpent & the Seed of Messiah.
I share the Biblical and ancient historical research behind my Biblical novel series Chronicles of the Watchers.
You made When Giants Were Upon the Earth a Best-seller. Now get the sequel and get ready to be blown away!
Box set of four Chronicles of the Watchers research books in one volume:
The Spiritual World of Moses and Egypt (not yet released)
The Spiritual World of Jezebel and Elijah
The Spiritual World of Ancient China and the Bible
Check it out Here
Did you know that Midrash is a well known way that ancient Jews retold Bible stories to their generation? Well, these guys picked up that I was following that ancient literary technique. Bravo!
I was grateful that, even though they do not agree with me on some important things, they were still willing to interview me about some things they thought were worthy of discussion in the Christian world.
Well done interview.
Check it out here.
I was interviewed by In Awe By Bruce.
We went a bit into my journey as a Bible believer wrestling with art, apologetics, myth and truth.
God is creative. Very creative. He uses creativity in ways that Christians do not like.
You’ll love this one.
This is a great interview with the Radical Christian on Daily Renegade.
I previously posted it and found out it was censored by YouTube.
Well, Drew, the host re-uploaded it. So check it out.
We talk about my novel Jezebel and how it links with the supernatural realm.
He also has very cool visuals that he cuts into the podcast.
Watch it here. Before it’s censored again.
SORRY. I JUST DISCOVERED THAT THIS YOUTUBE ACCOUNT WAS TERMINATED.
The interview is no longer available.
YouTube is owned and controlled by a bunch of fascist hateful anti-Christian bigots who think they are the arbiters of what people should hear.
But we’re used to it.
More to come
Read the script. Imagine the movie.
Screenplays as Literature Series are movie scripts published for readers to enjoy concise storytelling with a twist.
Scripts are blueprints for producing films. Longer than a short story. Shorter than a novel.
You’ll learn how to read a script so you can watch the movie in your mind as you read the story on the page.
I have 12 plus books in this series, in many genres like Historical Epics, Fantasy, Thrillers, Crime Detective and even a family time traveling comedy!
I have read screenplays for many years because I am a screenwriter. But I realized that you don’t have to be a screenwriter to enjoy the power of a screenplay.
It’s more concise and economic storytelling, so it moves at a fast pace.
It paints in a broader brush than a scene in a novel, but it captures depth of character through dialogue and actions like no other medium of writing.
Every word in a screenplay counts and has meaning. So they can actually be quite deep while being shorter reads.
If you haven’t read a screenplay (or if you have), try one of your favorite genres in the Screenplays as Literature Series.
You might find a new kind of storytelling that is different from short stories or long novels, but in a fascinating fresh new way!
Check out the series here.
I was on this podcast with Thomas Umstattd Jr. An intelligent well-read host. Very good interview.
We talked about what constitutes a Christian worldview in a story and how to write it so you aren’t preachy or corny.
Fresh material you haven’t heard before.
Listen to the podcast here.