Showing posts from December, 2020

A Godly Dragon Christmas 2020: Why The Virgin Birth Matters

 Well everyone, it's that wonderful time of year again. I know things have been really hard this year with the coronavirus lockdowns, people losing their jobs and going through a rough time, and all the racial and political tensions that have arisen from this election year, but let's not worry about that tonight. Why? Because tonight is Christmas Eve, meaning that Christmas Day is upon us. December 25th is the chosen traditional day to celebrate the virgin birth of Jesus Christ, God the Son, on earth, who later on would live a sinless life and die on the cross for our sins so we can be with Him forever. However, the sad thing is that mainline Christian churches don't actually believe in the virgin birth and that anything in the Bible is actually true. They think the Bible is just stories with lessons to live our lives by. However, what they don't realize is that a literal virgin birth matters a great deal. In fact, that's an understatement. Our eternal fates rest on

Why I Do The Godly Dragon

 Hey everyone. With the five year anniversary of my YouTube channel and the five year anniversary of my Bitchute channel coming up fast, I thought I would do a video about why I decided to do The Godly Dragon in the first place. I made The Godly Dragon on YouTube back in the beginning of 2016 before making a BitChute channel for it in 2018. As some of you old school fans know, I originally named the channel Godly Dragon Reviews and Apologetics before I decided to shorten the title to what it is now beginning in season 4 to now.  I made The Godly Dragon for a couple reasons. When I discovered the world of YouTube and watched several content creators review media with cartoon sprites and stuff, that's when I decided I wanted to be a content creator too. But I wanted to do something different. I wanted to make a Christian channel where I used a dragon as a cartoon mascot. I see dragons as a symbol for setting fire to ungodly falsehoods. Real dragons were probably dinosaurs or perhaps