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It’s about weird angels, giant demons and the lesser gods (and how it all relates to us today).

Yes. This is a super interesting book. 

And it might be the perfect time for the church to start getting back into this conversation. Because our western worldview has robbed us of mystery and childlike faith. (Although, we end up looking for it in comic books and superheroes movies and shows.)

But the Bible is one epic drama that opens up our limited eyes to the unlimited realm. And this book will help you discover the fun and the seriousness of the supernatural in a new way.

It is obvious that the author, Dr. Michael S. Heiser, knows what he’s talking about. He is a Scholar-in-Residence at Faithlife Corporation, and he presents fifteen years of research on what the Bible really says about the unseen world of the supernatural.

“People shouldn’t be protected from the Bible”, Dr. Heiser says, “but theological systems often do just that, by explaining away difficult or troublesome passages of Scripture because their literal meaning doesn’t fit into our tidy systems.”

The book asks questions like:

– Who were the sons of God?

– Who were the Nephilim?

– Where do angels fit into the supernatural hierarchy?

– Why did God find it necessary to have the Israelites destroy the populations of entire cities man, woman, and child?

– What relation does Jesus bear to the rest of the supernatural world?

The answers are clear and biblical. And the question that remain are an invitation to dig deeper and re-discover the true (and alive) Scriptures.

I properly enjoyed reading it, disagreeing with it a few times and sensing God’s presence encouraging me to read more.

This is an easy read that feels like a hearty meal. And those who dare to ask and journey in these questions will leave satisfied, and yet, hungry for more.

Get it today: 

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