Interview program on politics, culture, and faith hosted by author Derek P. Gilbert.

VFTB 007: Frank Lordi — Witnessing With MP3s

August 2, 2009

A CHANCE reading of a letter from Confederate Civil War General (and Grand Commander of North American Freemasonry from 1859 to 1891) Albert Pike in which he described a vision of three world wars necessary

VFTB 006: Taylor Kent — Christians and Conspiracy Theories

July 26, 2009

OUR SHOW tonight was recorded live Thursday, July 23, for Taylor Kent’s Snark Infested Waters podcast. Taylor is a fan of comics, graphic novels, games, and science fiction, and we’ve talked before about Christians and culture. Taking that a step further, we discussed whether Christians, who were told by Jesus Himself to expect the world to hate us, should investigate, or even care about, conspiracy theories.

VFTB 005: Paul & Phillip Collins — Survival of the Richest / Interfering in Iran

July 20, 2009

IT’S AN honor to welcome back to this site the remarkable brothers Collins, Paul and Phillip, authors of The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship.

VFTB 004: Tony Walker of The Bible Podcast

July 12, 2009

Tony Walker, A/K/A “Preacher Tony”, is a remarkable young man with an inspiring testimony. He never knew his father, and his mother was killed by his stepfather when he was 10. But instead of letting anger and bitterness guide his life, he turned to Jesus Christ.

VFTB 003: Jason Offutt — Shadow People

July 5, 2009

HAVE you ever seen something indistinct but person-shaped that appears and disappears through solid objects like doors and walls? Jason Offutt, author of Darkness Walks: The Shadow People Among Us, has seen them, too.

VFTB 002: John Wilkerson, the Jesus Geek

June 28, 2009

THIS week’s show is a simul-podcast with John Wilkerson, the “Original Jesus Geek”. It appears here and in two parts at www.jesusgeek.info. John and I talked about my new novel, The God Conspiracy, tech for

VFTB 001: Christian cyberpunk author Frank Creed

June 21, 2009

CHRISTIAN and cyberpunk are two words that don’t usually appear in the same sentence. Frank Creed is the author of the startlingly inventive speculative fiction novel FlashPoint: Book 1 of the Underground, described by some as The Matrix with a Christian worldview.

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