It was my privilege to be invited to meet with two producers of the recent hit movie “God’s Not Dead” in Studio City, California recently to talk about collaboration between them and Lampion Press. Probably most of those reading this blog are familiar with this movie, and are looking forward to its sequel. Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman are dedicated Christians within the entertainment industry that desire to communicate biblical truth and the gospel through the use of movies, television specials, and documentaries, and we are excited to be working along side them in enlightening minds in a dark culture. We are excited and privileged to enter into this relationship and anticipate that in the coming years there may be several movies or television specials that may come from books being published by Lampion Press.
Steve Sullivan is a New Testament professor at College of Biblical Studies in Houston, Texas, who has recently finished a Ph.D. at the prestigious University of Wales, Lampeter. His dissertation on Romans 9-11, an excellent analysis of these chapters. Steve will be working with me on the Logos Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series on the book of Romans.
Steve and I had a good visit in Houston, where we sat the stage to produce his dissertation that will add important insight into Romans 9-11, a central portion of Paul’s treatise to the Roman Christian, regarding God’s purposes for the Gentiles and the Jews. The work will not be out for a while, but we look forward to its publication.
On my recent trip to Baptist Bible Seminary to attend the Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics, I also had the opportunity to meet novelist Tim Chaffey, who has endorsed the new release by R. M. Huffman, entitled Leviathan, book 1 of The Antediluvian Legacy. The Tolkien-like novel has been written by R. M. Huffman, a medical doctor and fiction author.
Lampion Press is excited that his book on Noah, the first of three volumes, has finally been printed and will be available soon. Some of you may remember the recent movie Noah, that had wonderful cinematography, well-known actors, but had a horrible plot. R. M. Huffman’s novel on Noah and his times is greatly different. It has well-developed characters, a fascinating plot, lots of ferocious monsters and evil beings. It is an exciting read that maintains consistency with the biblical account of Noah and his times, but twists a tale that will keep you guessing.