THE BIBLE IS FULL OF EXTRAORDINARY AND SUPERNATURAL EVENTS! Yet many of our church goers and cultural Christians focus only on our own personal stories while ignoring the greatest epic God is writing out in human history. In fact, it is so fantastic that only the genre of science fiction will suffice in communicating what it may have been like in the days of Enoch and Noah. This is the goal of author and award winning screen writer Brian Godawa. In his The Chronicles of the Nephilim book series, Brian fills in the gaps of what we read about in the Old Testament with scenarios that we are just beginning to understand through the discovery of many ancient text from the Ancient Near East. Influenced by Dr. Michael Heiser and his work on the Divine Council, Brian has created an exciting and intriguing way for people to engage in the conversation about the Sons of God from Genesis 6 and the Nephilim. We also hear from Basil who is traveling the vast lands of the U.S.



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  1. This guy is the fulfillment of the american church one man and his bible standing before the God of his making theory and it is exactly why we need the ancient creeds and the teachings of the early church fathers and the early great church councils to rightly understand the word of God. Otherwise everything fall apart with 40,000 denominations and counting, plus 1000's of solo acts all saying they know the truth. Then of course this miss mash only gives fuel for the cults, atheism, and eastern religions.Brian Godawa is just wrong, maybe sincere but maybe dangerous when we consider the eternal salvation of souls.

  2. I really liked how he explained the Tower of Babel, and Biblical sarcasm. I had never thought about it that way, but now every time I read that portion of the Bible, I'll always remember that explanation.


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