I was on the Iron and Myth podcast again. This one is going to fascinate you.
IS CHAOS a symbol of disorder, or is it, as certain passages in the Bible suggest, an entity?
Back this month for another in our Iron and Myth series are Brian Godawa (www.godawa.com), author of Leviathan and Behemoth, 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 various ways chaos is described in the Bible (Leviathan, Rahab, a multi-headed sea dragon, and the sea itself), the apparent struggle to subdue chaos in scripture and in pagan cultures of the ancient world, and the disturbing connection between chaos and the modern UFO phenomenon.
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THE DEATH OF THE GODS is prophesied in the Bible.
This is not in dispute, unless one argues that God Himself was mistaken in calling the pagan gods of the ancient world “gods.”
(See, for example, Exodus 12:12 and Psalm 82.)
Pastor Doug Van Dorn, author Brian Godawa, and Dr. Judd Burton join Derek Gilbert for a monthly ‘Iron and Myth’ session to discuss the death of the gods: When will it happen—or has it happened already?
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SATAN AND his minions haven’t been completely united in their rebellion against God.
What did this war in the fallen realm look like?
Brian Godawa (www.godawa.com),
Doug Van Dorn (www.douglasvandorn.com),
Dr. Judd Burton (www.burtonbeyond.com)
join Derek Gilbert on View From the Bunker to discuss the supernatural war that has raged across the cosmos almost since the beginning of creation.
You are not going to want to miss this one. And it will be necessary before you listen to the next episode coming shortly.
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Okay, so this was recorded a few years back but never released!
It’s a good one. And its time for everyone to be done with all the false Bible Prophecy speculation going on.
Especially now. Christian defeatists are telling you to give up and cower. But God’s Kingdom is greater than the kingdoms of this world.
Hear about the series that changed the landscape of End Times Bible novels.
This is game-changing storytelling.
Many Christians believe that Zechariah 12-14 talks about our future and the second coming of Christ.
It doesn’t. It talks about the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70 and how that constituted Yahweh’s judgment upon Israel.
Yahweh saves heavenly Jerusalem,
but judges earthly Jerusalem.
The glory of the New Covenant people.
WATCH IT HERE
Many Christian prophecy pundits think Zechariah has alot to say about our future and the return of Christ.
It doesn’t. It talks about the coming of Messiah in the first century and how he brings both salvation and Judgment to Jerusalem “IN THAT DAY.”
In this episode we survey concepts important to understanding the book of Zechariah:
It’s historical context
“In that Day”
The Two Jerusalems
WATCH IT HERE
I was on this very professionally crafted podcast talking about end times from a different viewpoint.
The host was very gracious and asked intelligent helpful questions that really help clarify the issues of Bible Prophecy.
I talk about my journey in Bible prophecy and how I discovered the common interpretation of the last days is severely crippled by being modern rather than ancient in its context.
Topics: Ancient context of prophecy, poetic language of prophecy and apocalyptic, modern misunderstandings, the nature of Inspiration of God’s Word, Bible translation.
Listen here at Mysterious Radio
Many people have crazy theories about Elijah and the Day of the Lord.
Some think the historical Elijah is coming back in our future during a great tribulation.
Jesus said Elijah was John the Baptist.
But John also prophesied judgment.
So was it in our future or was it a judgment in our past?
You should know me by now to guess which one.
WATCH IT HERE.
A new podcast interview with Jared 2.0!
The prophet Joel predicts a judgment called the Day of the Lord.
Many Christians assume this applies to a time future to us that is the End of Time.
But in Acts 2, the holy Apostle Peter told us that it wasn’t in our future.
He said it was beginning to take place right then and there at the Day of Pentecost.
See how it all works out in the first century.
If you read the text through the eyes of ancient Hebrew.
WATCH IT HERE.
This is one of my best testimonials I have given about becoming a Christian and becoming a preterist.
Samuel Delgado asks some of the most insightful questions about preterism and Bible Prophecy.
These are not the same repetitious questions you will usually hear.
CHECK IT OUT HERE