Faith-based Sci-Fi as Exploratory Apologetic (Revisited)

Over 4 years ago, I wrote an essay that caused me to seriously think about writing something like Johnny Came Home. At the time, I was writing Øtherworld, a sci-fi tale with fantasy overtones. I was having a hard time finishing it, so I wrote this essay to sharpen my focus a bit. The idea was … More Faith-based Sci-Fi as Exploratory Apologetic (Revisited)

Another 5-Star Amazon Review: A Wounded, Reluctant & Super-Charged Hero!

Allan Reini, author of Flight of the Angels, has offered this long and thoughtful review on Amazon: “From its opening line, Johnny Came Home draws you into the world of its reluctant, damaged, and super-charged hero. And what a fast paced, dark, and intriguing world it is! Author Tony Breeden lays a firm foundation for … More Another 5-Star Amazon Review: A Wounded, Reluctant & Super-Charged Hero!

Another 5-Star Amazon Review: Birth of a New Class of Hero

“Tony Breeden has created an adventure that addresses many of the most important issues that face every generation. Johnny Came Home teaches lessons on responsibility, acceptance, exclusion, & loyalty from a Godly perspective. I highly recommend this book for adventure spirited people that want stories that have good nuggets of Biblical principles.!” -“Buddy” (Amazon review … More Another 5-Star Amazon Review: Birth of a New Class of Hero

Christian Science Fiction: The Limits of Time Travel

For reasons unfathomable [OK, I was reading one of Tim Chaffey’s Truth Chronicles novels], I found myself thinking about time travel the other day. Whether it has occurred to you or not, time travel is a bit tricky to deal with in a Christian novel. Why? Because whether we’re dealing with the past or future, … More Christian Science Fiction: The Limits of Time Travel

Science Fiction Vs. The Bible: An Unnecessary Dichotomy

“We need more science fiction,” writes Paul Chiariello for The NewHumanism.org in a post called Science Fiction vs. The Bible. As a Christian author who happens to be a rabid sci-fi fan, I couldn’t agree more with that statement. At face value anyway. I could not disagree more with his insistence that this necessarily requires an abandonment … More Science Fiction Vs. The Bible: An Unnecessary Dichotomy