I recently had the privilege of being interviewed by QuertyThoughts.com concerning my books, writing journey and upcoming projects. You can check out the link here or read on below for a transcript of that dialogue.
Delving into some of the most important – albeit most controversial – questions of all time, this 5-star Award winning book examines the Biblical and scientific arguments on the origins of the world, the nature of reality, and the concept of time. “Remnants of Eden: Evolution, Deep-Time, & the Antediluvian World” offers a fresh, artistic, and well-researched perspective on the seemingly futile arguments that have baffled intellectuals, scientists and philosophers for millennia. Get your copies today in print or digital!
In late 2012, I set out to write a book that told my story of coming to Christianity from atheism, and with it, documenting all the science, history, and philosophical insights that contributed to my newfound faith. As of July 23rd, this year, that book (Remnants of Eden: Evolution, Deep-Time, & the Antediluvian World) – and a sister volume (The Official Art of Remnants of Eden) – were published, and they are both available now in print and digital, both here on FOUNDRY4 and at other retailers, such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and more.
Since September, I have been steadily feeding you – in triweekly morsels – the opening chapter of my most extensive written project. That work of course is a book, Remnants of Eden: Evolution, Deep-Time, & the Antediluvian World. Beyond that chapter, the book dives deeply into the debate between naturalism and creation, peeking in all the dark corners and asking the questions that are often overlooked. I hope you have enjoyed this glimpse at what’s to come, and I am excited about the potential unveiling of the whole work sooner or later. …
Hi there. It’s been a few
busy weeks but I found time to post a new collection of art tonight. I was recently commissioned to produce some posters for a new Creation Museum that is currently being developed, so here are two of those pieces along with two others I made while in the habit. Check them and other my other posted pieces out here, or if you have already seen the others, just scroll down to see the newest additions. God bless.
Collection 3: Scientific Creation Posters
FOUNDRY4 is a proud member of the International Association for Creation
Good evening, everyone. I wanted to take a moment to let you know that I just added a new collection to the Gallery Page. This new collection features more illustrations from my (hopefully soon to be published) book. Check them out if you get time, and if you haven’t seen the first collection, please give that a look also. Enjoy, and God bless.
Collection 2: Remnants of Eden, Acts of Creation & Beyond (Part 1)
Believers should have no doubt that angels are real, and that their presence in our world is one that can, and certainly does, have powerful ramifications. Even so, how often do we stop and consider their presence around us? Right now, no matter where you are, no matter what you find yourself doing, take a moment to ponder if you are truly alone. Is it possible that much activity is actually swirling around you in that quiet room? Could a battle of sorts even be underway? What are we missing right beneath our noses, just outside our range of perception?
A few weeks ago, I posted a few pictures of a sculpture I did of Jonah and the whale, that famous story from the Old Testament that recounts the journey of reluctant prophet and his mission to ancient Nineveh. Well, it goes without saying that, like so much elsewhere the Bible is concerned, there is far more to the story than may first be apparent…
I came across this piece I did a few months ago of my children and though I may take the opportunity to share it with you all here.
Katlyn is the oldest, 7, and is our little technophile, spending a lot of time on her tablet watching Minecraft tutorials. Annalise, 3, is our little curly-headed comedienne, always rushing about loudly doing what she can to get the attention she craves, and almost always accompanied by her partner-in-crime, Gundy. Then there is Elijah, 1, our red-haired daredevil who knows no fear, recognizes no limits, and abides by no restrictions. Since drawing this five months ago he has learned to run… God help us all.
These are my babies, and with them I am more blessed than I could ever hope to express.
Thank you very much, and God bless!