Are There Giants, Gods and Monsters in the Bible? ENOCH PRIMORDIAL A New Novel About a Biblical Hero, Says YES.

Los Angeles, CA – Brian Godawa, the award-winning screenwriter of To End All Wars, and author the best-selling book Hollywood Worldviews, has once again shattered the mold of Christian fiction. Now, with the release of Enoch Primordial, the second book in the epic Chronicles of the Nephilim saga, Godawa continues to receive phenomenally positive reviews across the Internet and on Amazon.

Enoch Primordial is the prequel to his 2011 novel Noah Primeval. It tells the story of Enoch, a wisdom sage called by God to pronounce judgment on the fallen angelic Watchers and their giant progeny, the Nephilim. It opens generations before Noah with the original fall of the Watchers from Heaven and their secret plan to defy God and dominate the world. When Enoch’s parents are killed in an uprising of giants that threatens the land, he and his family escape to a secret hidden city where their ancestors Adam and Eve reside. Enoch, his wife, son Methuselah, and his family discover the secrets of the angels and embark on a journey that will take them through deserts, mountains, and the waters of the Abyss to fulfill a special calling as God’s first Giant Killers.

Hollywood Screenwriter Pens Controversial Novel: Noah Primeval, Did God Wipe Out a Race of Giants with the Flood?

Brian Godawa, the award-winning screenwriter of To End All Wars, says, “The most bizarre passage in the Bible that I never understood was Genesis 6:1-4 about what led up to the Great Flood. I mean, angels mating with humans and creating giants? What is that all about? Can that be real?” But when the author of the popular book Hollywood Worldviews studied the passage in depth, Godawa soon discovered that not only was it real, but it was an important narrative thread that weaves through the Bible all the way to King David. The Nephilim giants of the Bible have been a hot debate by scholars and religious leaders through history. In his research, Godawa found new insight into the ancient Near East that sheds light on this controversy.