VFTB 142: Abraham Allegiant

Abraham AllegiantTHE BIBLE is perhaps the most exciting book in history. Gods, monsters, and men — it’s all in there, and the cool thing is, it’s true.

Award-winning screenwriter Brian Godawa (To End All Wars) takes the bones of his Chronicles of the Nephilim series from biblical accounts and fills in the gaps with ancient myths, his fertile imagination, and a visual writing style that make his novels very hard to put down.

Brian joins us to discuss the fourth novel in the Chronicles of the NephilimAbraham Allegiant.  Abraham as a giant-killer?  Nimrod, his sworn enemy?  Sodom and Gomorrah, Ground Zero for a new breed of enemy bent on eliminating the seed of Eve?  You bet!

Derek and Sharon Gilbert will join Doug HampRuss and Shelly DizdarL.A. Marzulli, Doug Woodward, Rob Skiba, and Tom Dunn of  Project Josiah at Chicago Summit #3.  Details online here.

If you plan to stay overnight at Chicago Summit #3, make reservations at the Wyndham Lisle Hotel and let them know you’re with the Chicago Summit conference for a discount.

We will also be at the Pikes Peak Prophecy Summit July 26-28, 2013 (note: It’s now sold out) with Gary Stearman, Tom Horn, Chuck Missler, L.A. Marzulli, Joseph Farah, Dr. Stan Monteith, Cris Putnam, and many more.  Get information here.

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1 Comment on VFTB 142: Abraham Allegiant

  1. Hi Derek, I must say I am thankful that I discovered Brian
    Godawa through your radio show. I have read the first 3 of this
    series and I am going to read this one soon. I have a hard time
    putting them down once I start. They really make that period in
    history come to life, even though some of the fantasy elements are
    beyond what really happened. I was sad to see that Brian was a
    partial preterist in the back of one of his books. Have you
    discussed that with him on any of your shows? I can overlook that,
    however, these books are really enjoyable. Peter

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