The Testimony of Calvin Lewis

Daniel J. Friend

August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity's restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episode every Tuesday. For more information, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/

Ep. 1 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
May 28 2022
Ep. 1 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
“You could call it a dream, a vision, something else; I’m really not sure what category it would properly fall under. But at any rate, I was shown what happened to August Williams in vivid detail. I hope that in relaying his story to you, somehow that vividness will shine through in such a way that it might feel like you were there too.”About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Jordan Forsythe, and Kevin Clay. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “On Giant's Shoulders - Instrumental” by Future of Forestry; and “Horses - Instrumental” by Future of Forestry. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 2 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
May 28 2022
Ep. 2 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
August thought that taking his life into his own hands would be the end, but it was only the beginning. Upon awakening, he’s given a peculiar opportunity to become the trial patient for a new government program dubbed the “Uberman Project.” About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Jordan Forsythe, James Baugus, Sarah Mokry, JP Wright, Grace Brewer, and Manda Barnhart. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Find Another Fancy” by Christopher Wohrle; “Eschaton feat. Chris Coleman” by Tony Anderson; “Slate” by Ryan Taubert; The Dragon’s Throat” by Tony Anderson; “Unfolding” by Audrey Assad; and “Unfolding - Instrumental” by Audrey Assad. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 3 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
May 31 2022
Ep. 3 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
The Hubert H. Humphrey building loomed behind the therapist as the hideous stronghold where the testing of the Uberman Device would begin. Henry warns August that he might encounter certain “anomalies” in the memoryscape—and before long, he does. About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Jordan Forsythe, James Baugus, Brigit Fitzgerald, and Kevin Clay. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Nuit” by Tony Anderson; “Dominion” by Bradford Nyght; “Fool” by Ryan Taubert; “Oyarsa (feat. Timbre)” by Tony Anderson; and “Are You Listening?” by Ryan Taubert. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 4 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Jun 7 2022
Ep. 4 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
After his first rough experiment with the Uberman Device, August decides to press on with the trial. The Man in Gray brings him to the mysterious tower where he finally relives some memories—but it seems to be more than what he remembers. About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis:August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Jordan Forsythe, Jeff Barnhart, Sarah Mokry, Brigit Fitzgeral, James Baugus, Kevin Clay, Luke Cantrell, Grace Brewer, Hayden Sparks, JP Udenenwu, and Dylan Ruder. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “As It Was (Piano & Strings) - Instrumental” by Future of Forestry; “Slate” by Ryan Taubert, “Inner Rivers” by Luke Atencio; “Xibalba” by Ryan Taubert; “Long Distance” by Luke Atencio; “Wilderlove (feat. Joy Williams)” by John Mark McMillan; “Wilderlove (feat. Joy Williams) - Instrumental” by John Mark McMillan; and “Ritual” by Ryan Taubert. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 5 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Jun 14 2022
Ep. 5 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
August meets another mysterious person—Weston—in his memoryscape, who brings him to the strange glowing object. But destroying it won’t be as simple as August hopes. About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Jordan Forsythe, Dylan Ruder, James Baugus, and Brigit Fitzgerald. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Anomali” by Jordan Critz; “Halo” by Tony Anderson; “Nevermore” by Tony Anderson; and “Anomali Reprise” by Jordan Critz. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 6 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Jun 21 2022
Ep. 6 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
In search of the first shutter to close, August digs deeper into his memories as the Man in Gray cautions him again: “Don’t let anyone deceive you into believing that misguided desire is pure innocence.”About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis:August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, James Baugus, Jordan Forsythe, Kevin Clay, Grace Brewer, Andrew Haynes, Manda Barnhart, JP Wright, JP McBride, and Hayden Sparks. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “A Moment” by Chris Coleman; “Oyarsa (feat. Timbre)” by Tony Anderson; “Warmonger” by Ryan Taubert; “I Am Not A Tyrant!” by Ryan Taubert; “Molehill Mountain” by Ryan Taubert; “Slip Away” by Josh Garrels; and “Slip Away - Instrumental” by Josh Garrels. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 7 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Jun 28 2022
Ep. 7 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
While August was busy testing the Uberman Device with the HHS, Senator Calvin Lewis met with another key member of Congress to hash out a possible deal to pass a budget in exchange for a major restructuring of government agencies. About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis:August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Luke Cantrell, Sarah Mokry, Kevin Clay, Isaiah Mitchell, Taylor Major, Jeff Barnhart, Jordan Forsythe, Dylan Ruder, Andrew Haynes, and Grace Brewer. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Horizon Rainfall (Piano & Strings) - Instrumental” by Future of Forestry; “King” by kïngpinguïn; “Body In Motion” by John Mark McMillan; “Body In Motion - Instrumental” by John Mark McMillan; “Silver and Silver” by Future of Forestry; and “Heaven Loves A Fire” by Laoud. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 8 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Jul 5 2022
Ep. 8 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
During his first night as a trial patient with the HHS, August makes a startling discovery—or is his mind just playing tricks on him after using the Uberman Device? About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Jordan Forsythe, James Baugus, Brigit Fitzgerald, Luke Cantrell, Dylan Ruder, Grace Brewer, Manda Barnhart, and Eric Allen. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Young Dreams” by Luke Atencio; “Starry Night” by Jordan Critz; “The Lollards” by AJ Hochhalter; “Parallel Shores” by Jordan Critz; “Alternate Oceans” by Jordan Critz; “Chasm” by Tony Anderson; “You’re in My Wreckage” by Luke Atencio; and “Closure” by Max LL. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 9 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Jul 12 2022
Ep. 9 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
As the mysterious Man in Gray and Weston meet in August’s mind, Penny begins snooping around the Hubert H. Humphrey Building to see if she can find anything strange. About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Kevin Clay, Jordan Forsythe, Luke Cantrell, Dylan Ruder, Brigit Fitzgerald, Jeff Barnhart, Andrew Haynes, JP McBride, and Eric Allen. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Oyarsa (feat. Timbre)” by Tony Anderson; “Relapse” by Luke Atencio; “Onward” by Ryan Taubert; “Sorcery” by Ryan Taubert; “Enigma” by David A. Molina; “Premonition” by David A. Molina; “Lust” by Tony Anderson; “Scatter My Possessions” by John Lucas; and “Scatter My Possessions - Instrumental” by John Lucas. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 10 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Jul 19 2022
Ep. 10 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
August is almost able to get a close inspection of the hypercube, but since it’s too strong, he must press on to close another shutter. In the process, he sees an unexpected childhood memory.About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, James Baugus, Jordan Forsythe, Brigit Fitzgerald, Dylan Ruder, Sarah Mokry, Cassia Russell, Jonathan Hernberg, Christian Stapley, Andrew Haynes, and JP Wright. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Sophorn” by Tony Anderson; “Flö” by Jordan Critz; “Before the Storm” by Will Patterson; “Killing the Rock” by Ryan Taubert; and “Jayu” by Ryan Taubert. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 11 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Jul 26 2022
Ep. 11 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
With enough shutters now closed, August can get up close to the hypercube. Meanwhile, Penny’s snooping around the HHS leads to a startling discovery. About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Grace Brewer, Brigit Fitzgerald, James Baugus, Jordan Forsythe, Dylan Ruder, Kevin Clay, Sarah Mokry, Andrew Haynes, and Jeff Barnhart. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Excavation” by Luke Atencio; “Oyarsa (feat. Timbre)” by Tony Anderson; “Beauty Is Fleeting” by Tony Anderson; “River Turn Red” by Adeline River; “River Turn Red - Instrumental” by Adeline River; “Blood of the Martyrs” by Tony Anderson; and “Avalon” by Ryan Taubert. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 12 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Aug 2 2022
Ep. 12 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
At a loss of what to do, Penny decides to use the Uberman Device herself. Meanwhile, Oliver and the HHS are close to hunting her down. About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Brigit Fitzgerald, Jordan Forsythe, Kevin Clay, Grace Brewer, Jeff Barnhart, and Luke Cantrell. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Luna” by Tony Anderson; “Ancient And Brave” by John Mark McMillan; “Ancient And Brave - Instrumental” by John Mark McMillan; “Through Their Surrender” by Zack Nestel-Patt; “Towards the Light” by Shawn Williams; “Son of a Gun” by Ryan Taubert; and “Chaos Gathering” by Bradford Nyght. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 13 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Aug 9 2022
Ep. 13 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Penny has no idea what will happen when she goes where the Man in Gray told her to, but she follows his instructions all the same.About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Jordan Forsythe, Brigit Fitzgerald, Darran Kelinske, Dylan Ruder, and Lucas Parry. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Origin” by David A. Molina; “Retrospect” by David A. Molina; “The Resistance” by Josh Garrels; “The Resistance - Instrumental” by Josh Garrels; and “Light Has Come” by Tony Anderson. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 14 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Aug 16 2022
Ep. 14 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Penny and Roy go into hiding in Nashville, while Rorwood takes an important call that reveals more of his schemes.About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis:August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Jordan Forsythe, Brigit Fitzgerald, Darran Kelinske, Dylan Ruder, Eric Allen, Jeff Barnhart, Grace Brewer, Manda Barnhart, Andrew Haynes, Cassia Russell, Paxton Russell. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Darkness” by Shawn Williams; “River Song” by Nightlore; “River Song - Instrumental” by Nightlore; “The Tower” by Makeup and Vanity Set; “Floating Flames” by Luke Atencio; and “Testify” by Josh Garrels. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 15 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Aug 23 2022
Ep. 15 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Penny follows the signs pointing her to Crossways Bible Camp, where she finds August’s mother, Monnie. Tensions rise as August is haunted by his childhood peach theft.About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Eric Allen, Brigit Fitzgerald, Jordan Forsythe, Sarah Mokry, and Lacy Burnett. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Inventing Words” by Luke Atencio; “Eggshell” by Luke Atencio; “The Rocks Cry Out” by AJ Hochhalter; and “Consecration” by Josh Garrels. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 16 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Aug 30 2022
Ep. 16 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Uncertain of what to do next, Penny decides to use the Uberman again. In her memoryscape, she sees a familiar face—as does August in his own mind. About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Sarah Mokry, Brigit Fitzgerald, James Baugus, Jordan Forsythe, and Andrew Haynes. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Îles” by Jordan Critz; “Read ‘Em and Weep” by Ryan Taubert; “Earthquake” by Ryan Taubert; “Paper House” by Bradford Nyght; and “Rise (Ambient)” by Tony Anderson. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 17 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Sep 6 2022
Ep. 17 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Penny wants to make her way to Los Angeles to help her uncle stop a shipment of Uberman devices, but before she can even leave Texas, Oliver shows up at Monnie’s doorstep—this time with the help of the local police.About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis: August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Andrew Haynes, Jeff Barnhart, Brigit Fitzgerald, Jordan Forsythe, Eric Allen, Luke Cantrell, Dylan Ruder, and JP McBride. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Torrid” by Bradford Nyght; “Open Pages” by David A. Molina; “Rise” by Josh Garrels; “Rise - Instrumental” by Josh Garrels; and “Delusion” by Tony Anderson. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 18 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Sep 13 2022
Ep. 18 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
Penny and August arrive in California and meet up with Henry to discuss what they’ve been able to deduce about Rorwood and the hypercube, and then head to the shipyard to destroy the container of Uberman devices.About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis:August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Sarah Mokry, Jeff Barnhart, Jordan Forsythe, Brigit Fitzgerald, Naomi Russell, James Baugus, and Dylan Ruder. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Adélie” by kïngpinguïn; “A Ripple in Time” by Jordan Critz; “We All Play A Part” by Ryan Taubert; “My Teeth Hurt” by Bradford Nyght; “Drive” by Ben Rector; “Strangers To Ourselves” by Ryan Taubert; “I Am The Hunter” by HENZË; and “I Am The Hunter - Instrumental” by HENZË. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/
Ep. 19 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
5d ago
Ep. 19 || The Testimony of Calvin Lewis
After the tragedy at the shipyard, August and Penny have to decide what to do next. Meanwhile in Washington, D.C., Senator Lewis carries out his plan to try and pass the government restructuring bill with the help of the Posse.About The Testimony of Calvin Lewis:August Williams, a World War III veteran, is recruited by the government to test the new Uberman Device, which allows access to memories in a vivid, dreamlike state. But with a warning from a mysterious Man in Gray, August is unsure of who to trust. Told from the perspective of a U.S. Senator, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis blends together a political conspiracy, science fiction, and Christian philosophy. The story draws heavily upon works like C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man and Augustine’s Confessions, probing humanity’s restless search for objective Truth. Soon to be published as a novel, The Testimony of Calvin Lewis is first being released as a theatrical podcast complete with music, sound effects, and a cast of voice actors. New episodes are released every Tuesday. This episode features voice acting by Daniel Friend, Jordan Forsythe, Brigit Fitzgerald, Kevin Clay, Konni Burton, Eric Allen, Isaiah Mitchell, Taylor Major, Sarah Mokry, Hayden Sparks, Manda Barnhart, and Grace Brewer. Original theme by SimonY Music. Cover art by Duncan Shaffer. Music licensed from Musicbed includes: “Diana” by Tony Anderson; “Revelator” by Josh Garrels; “Revelator - Instrumental” by Josh Garrels; “All Or Nothing” by Pendulum Theory; “Dark Travels” by Alistair Sung; “Solving Puzzles” by Alistair Sung; “Cerebrum” by Bradford Nyght; and “A Farewell” by David A. Molina. For more information and a way to listen to all available episodes, please visit: danieljfriend.com/thetestimony/