ATC4: Review of Pilgrim's Progress: Similitude of a Dream from Spirit Blade Productions & Paeter Frandsen Interview

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ATC4: Review of Pilgrim's Progress: Similitude of a Dream from Spirit Blade Productions & Paeter Frandsen Interview

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Roy brings lots of news for the Top 3 on this episode. JD, Roy, & Andrew also introduce you to the Spirit Blade Productions' drama called Pilgrim's Progress: Similitude of a Dream, which is, of course, based on the John Bunyan classic. This is the first part in a series which will cover the entire story of Pilgrim's Progress with a bit of a sci-fi twist. We also interview Paeter Frandsen, the founder of Spirit Blade Productions and writer/director of Pilgrim's Progress.UPDATE: We need to correct something that we said during the review. We mentioned that the name for God in Pilgrim's Progress, "The Absolute", was also used in the Spirit Blade Trilogy. That is, in fact, not correct. The name for God that is used in the Spirit Blade Trilogy is "The Only." Thanks for catching our mistake, Paeter! -JDWhat are your thoughts on the topics we addressed in this episode? Send us your feedback! We’d love to hear what you think![email protected]623-688-2770audiotheatrecentral.com/contact
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Roy brings lots of news for the Top 3 on this episode. JD, Roy, & Andrew also introduce you to the Spirit Blade Productions' drama called Pilgrim's Progress: Similitude of a Dream, which is, of course, based on the John Bunyan classic. This is the first part in a series which will cover the entire story of Pilgrim's Progress with a bit of a sci-fi twist. We also interview Paeter Frandsen, the founder of Spirit Blade Productions and writer/director of Pilgrim's Progress.UPDATE: We need to correct something that we said during the review. We mentioned that the name for God in Pilgrim's Progress, "The Absolute", was also used in the Spirit Blade Trilogy. That is, in fact, not correct. The name for God that is used in the Spirit Blade Trilogy is "The Only." Thanks for catching our mistake, Paeter! -JDWhat are your thoughts on the topics we addressed in this episode? Send us your feedback! We’d love to hear what you think![email protected]623-688-2770audiotheatrecentral.com/contact
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