I was on Derek Gilbert’s channel again, the podcast Iron and Myth.
Who or what are demons? Where do they come from, and how are they different from fallen angels?
Author and pastor Doug Van Dorn, bestselling author and award-winning screenwriter Brian Godawa, and Director of the Institute of Biblical Anthropology Dr. Judd Burton join best-selling author and biblical researcher Derek Gilbert for our monthly Iron and Myth round table to discuss evil spirits of the unseen realm—and the connections between the heroes of Greek mythology and the Nephilim of the Bible.
I was on another great Iron and Myth Podcast about Christmas, but more than that, about astral prophecy.
Author and pastor Doug Van Dorn, bestselling author and award-winning screenwriter Brian Godawa, and Director of the Institute of Biblical Anthropology Dr. Judd Burton discuss the signs in the heavens that pointed to the birth of Jesus, the ways in which the powers and principalities—the gods of the pagan world—have tried to appropriate what was, in actual, historical fact, a Christian celebration from the beginning, and why—biblically—it doesn’t matter.
Western Christians have been so desensitized to the supernatural that we usually don’t recognize evil when it’s staring us in the face.
Joining View From the Bunker for our monthly Iron and Myth series are Brian Godawa (www.godawa.com), best-selling author and award-winning screenwriter, Pastor Doug Van Dorn (www.douglasvandorn.com), author of Giants: Sons of the Gods, and Dr. Judd Burton (www.burtonbeyond.com), author of Interview with the Giant: Ethnohistorical Notes on the Nephilim.
We discuss the lack of discernment in the church today, the use of mind and mood altering drugs to open doorways to the spirit realm, and whether it’s possible for a demonic entity can inhabit an artificial intelligence, a website, or even the entire Internet.
You can’t get it anywhere else. Netflix won’t show it, Amazon won’t show it. Hulu won’t show it. This is a movie that exposes the crimes of the Biden family as hidden on Hunter’s laptop and suppressed by the news media in collusion with the White House and FBI. Don’t you want to see what’s on that laptop?
This is NOT a documentary, it is a narrative drama, political satire like House of Cards or The Wolf of Wall Street.
The story is that Hunter goes to a dance club and falls in love with an exotic dancer, to whom he confesses what is on that laptop. Then we get a look into the facts with entertaining satire. A fun twist at the end inspires the viewer.
Warning: for those who are sensitive, this movie is rated R. There is sex, drugs, and language. But no nudity. It’s similar to how God’s prophets would show the corruption of Israel through vulgar images of sexuality and crime. It is a prophetic denunciation and a call to justice. Real justice.