Check out the latest radio interview featuring Keith A. Robinson. On Tuesday, October 29th, he was the featured guest on the Bob Enyart Live show.
Click HERE to listen to the interview.
Short Stories for Summit Ministries
Keith A. Robinson is excited to announce a new partnership with Summit Ministries. He has been chosen to write 9 original short stories, each in a different genre. These stories will correspond to 9 chapters in a new worldview curriculum from Summit Ministries targeted to 8th grade students. The stories will incorporate the worldview themes presented in each chapter.
Prison Break is a new short story written by Keith A. Robinson that will be featured on the Havok Magazine Website on Thursday, October 17th! This story is set in the universe of the Master Symphony. It gives readers a little insight into Khalen's time with Belanger's Renegades.
As an added bonus, Havok's theme for the month of October is Songs of the 80's. Prison Break is based on a famous song, and reader's have to figure out which one based on clues in the text that match song lyrics. In short, the story is designed to act as "inspiration" for the song.
The story will be available to read for FREE on Thursday, October 17th ONLY. After that, it will be available to subscribers of the website. Also, if the story gets even 1 vote, it will be considered for publication in Havok's bi-annual anthology. Please vote!
Join the fun at www.gohavok.com.
Animated Cover for Prelude and Abduction in A Minor!
Cover art by Amalia Chitulescu
Animation by Mandi Murphy
Music by R.F. Dunham
Jesus always used stories and illustrations like these when speaking to the crowds. In fact, he never spoke to them without using such parables.
1 Peter 3:15
But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.
Click HERE to read an online article by Keith A. Robinson on the Power of Apologetics Fiction.
Click HERE to read an excellent article explaining the importance of Apologetics Fiction written by Justin Robert Wright.
WHAT IS APOLOGETICS FICTION?
Apologetics comes from the Greek word apologia, meaning: an apology, as in defense or justification of a belief, idea, etc.
The Random House Dictionary defines apologetics as: the branch of theology concerned with the defense or proof of Christianity.
Many Christians throughout the centuries, from Thomas Aquinas and Justin Martyr, to C.S. Lewis, Josh McDowell and Lee Strobel, have written numerous works demonstrating time and again how orthodox Christianity makes sense of the world and is based upon historical, scientific, and logical grounds.
While these works are powerful and convincing, there are many people who, for one reason or another, are not interested in reading non-fiction books.
Therefore, we at Apologetics Fiction.com feel called to take the amazing truths and arguments that support the Christian faith and repackage them in action/adventure fictional novels.
Although we know that our stories are limited in their ability to present complete and exhaustive arguments, it is our goal to whet the appetite of the reader. For example, a young person who is initially disinterested in reading a non-fiction book on the archeological proofs supporting the Bible may change his/her mind after reading a fictional story that brings the topic to life.
Furthermore, well-designed stories have a way of grabbing our imaginations and helping us to remember what we learned. A good analogy can go far in teaching a specific idea, and a good story can forever ingrain a truth in our minds and spirits.
The ultimate teacher himself, Jesus, used stories and parables to present the truths of the gospel. We hope to merely emulate his example for His glory and the furtherance of His kingdom.
This site is designed to highlight the work of several authors who are dedicated to writing this type of fictional novel.
Soli Deo Gloria