Queen Jadis: Descendant of Rebellions

C.S. Lewis was very much into mythology (especially Norse mythology, which somehow led him to work for MI6 for a brief moment). When you become aware of this trait in Lewis, his writing begins to pop all the more. For example, we see that Lewis incorporated both Biblical and Jewish mythology Lewis into one of…

The Reversal of Tongues

The Pentecost story has its roots in the Tower of Babel story. For it is here that God shows us once again that He is not just a personal God, nor a national God, but that He is God of all. And as Jesus ascends to the Father and the Father in turn sends the…

Divided Amongst the Sons of God

Many are aware that the Tower of Babel is the Bible’s conception of where languages came from, but many are unaware that there’s another important Biblical narrative going on in this passage; for it’s at this point in the story that God divides the people of Babel up in the most peculiar way. Yes, He…

The Giant Clans of the Bible

Goliath is not the only giant mentioned in the Bible. The story of giants is interwoven from the time of Noah all the way to David’s reign and it’s an important element that makes sense of a lot of confusing questions we still ask today. Listen to this episode on the 1208GREENWOOD webpage or by subscribing…

Fantasy IRL Now Available in Paperback!

My new book, Fantasy IRL: Glimpses of a Hidden World, is now available in paperback and kindle through Amazon! Here’s what it’s all about: The fantasy worlds painted for us in our favorite books are not quite as far away from real life as some might think. The spiritual world of the Bible is dense. In the…