Apologetics Fiction

A group dedicated to discussing and sharing info about novels that support the Christian faith.

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Latest Activity: Oct 28, 2013

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The Job Project 2 Replies

Second blog post for a project I have been working on, to make a movie and a novel.Continue

Started by Darren Lauser. Last reply by Darren Lauser May 30, 2012.

How Do I Write a Racist Character in a Christian Novel - How Far is Too far?

The publication of Johnny Came Home has been delayed due to a few slight revisions, but I'm hoping to have it published by…Continue

Tags: Christianity, writing, fiction, one blood, biggotry

Started by Tony Breeden Jul 19, 2011.

How far would an evolutionist go to defend his faith...destroy evidence? 4 Replies

I'm curious what you all think on this matter:I have heard that fossils have sometimes been ruined because where thy were found points to a biblical flood rather than evolution, and evolutionists…Continue

Started by Kate Taylor Warren. Last reply by Kate Taylor Warren Jul 22, 2010.

Where to get started 1 Reply

I'm open trying trying new books, and very interested in more quality apologetics fiction.  So there look to be at least three published authors on here, any recommendations on where to start? I love…Continue

Started by Robert Barnett. Last reply by Kate Taylor Warren Apr 22, 2010.

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Comment by Jeremiah Stiles on October 5, 2012 at 6:41pm

That's cool!

I need to try your books, I heard your interview on the Holy Worlds Podcast a couple months ago. :D

Just have to finish a bunch of other books first... :P

Comment by Keith A. Robinson on October 5, 2012 at 6:27pm

I just wanted to let everyone know that I just finished writing my 4th novel! It is called, "Elysium" Book 1 of the Tartarus Chronicles. The series deals with various worldviews/religions and shows why Christianity is unique and true, all done in a science-fiction, action/adventure story.

Comment by Keith A. Robinson on December 16, 2010 at 6:40pm

Merry Christmas, everyone! I've been a little out of it for awhile as I have been working frantically on finishing my 3rd novel. I just wanted to let everyone know that my website has undergone an overhaul, and I would encourage everyone to check it out at Also, my 3rd book, Escaping the Cataclysm, is on schedule to be released at the end of March. It is the third and final book in the Origin's Trilogy and deals specifically with proofs for a literal world-wide flood. It also has several chapters where my main characters (who have traveled back in time from the future) tour the completed Ark just days before the Flood. Check out my website over the next few months for current updates.

Comment by Betty Woith on July 15, 2010 at 10:19pm
Rev Breeden,
I read the sample pages of your book, Johnny Came Home. It definitely drew my interest.
Comment by Betty Woith on July 15, 2010 at 9:50pm
Logic's End and Pyramid of the Ancients are exciting, can-not-put-down books for apologetics fiction. Thanks for these fun to read books.
Comment by Keith A. Robinson on May 16, 2010 at 11:49am

Thanks for your post. I would encourage you to check out the website, It lists several books (including 2 of my own) that are available online at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. I believe they should be able to deliver them to you. Also, if you prefer murder mysteries instead of Science Fiction, I would recommend Julie Cave's Deadly Disclosures (she's got her own group on this site). Julie is even from Australia. I hope this helps. If you do get copies of my books and read them, please let me know what you think. I always appreciate hearing back from my readers.
Comment by Tim Whitehead on May 16, 2010 at 4:40am
Hey guys,

I saw this group and thought how refreshing it would be to read a good novel that didn't question, but rather affirmed the Faith, "Once for all delivered to the Saints." I am an American living in Australia and wanted to know if any of you authors who have written said novels (like the ones mentioned) have your work available down here?
Comment by Tony Breeden on May 15, 2010 at 9:12pm
Hey guys. I'm in the final editing stage. My debut sci-fi novel, Johhny Came Home should be out Summer-Fall 2010.

Like you guys, I see the power of fiction to transform opinion. Look at how the Left Behind series has shaped eschatology [end times theology] or how the falsehoods in Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code nevertheless reshaped people's ideas of Christian history. My heroes are Tolkein, CS Lewis and GK Chesterton. I love what they did with apologetic fiction.

Johnny Came Home allowed me to discuss the Creation/evolution controversy and even the more generally perceived conflict between science and religion [Flying Spaghetti Monsters and all]. Of course, the main point was alo to provide a Creationist explanation for superpowers, as opposed to the evolutionary supposition behind most Modern Age comics and superhero sci-fi.

I hope you'll check out the synopsis and excerpt currently available at
Comment by Jeremiah Stiles on April 14, 2010 at 3:26pm
Thank you Felice, I really like AiG! I will just look on thir site some more for more information.
Comment by Felice Gerwitz on April 14, 2010 at 12:46pm
Jeremiah, there is no simple explanation for the debate. Sadly, even those in Creation ministries do not agree on every precept. In our novels we tried to use explanations that are the most common. For example, the problems with Carbon 14 dating, ocean sedimentary layers, (they do not show the earth as millions of years old), and the "missing link" is still missing, despite secular scientist attempting to "prove" otherwise.

Answers in Genesis ( is the most understandable in layman's terms on topics creation related, and the Institute for Creation Science has scientific abstracts defending the creationist position. ( Hope this helps.

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