Most of what people think they know about angels doesn’t come from the Bible. If you think angels have wings and that a third of them rebelled with Satan before the Fall, you’re a case in point. You believe those things because of Christian tradition or Hollywood. If you really want to know what the […]

Readers will recall Frank is a best-selling author (Insurgence: Reclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom) who favorably reviewed my book The Unseen Realm: Recovering the Supernatural Worldview of the Bible. He’s back at it again (in interview form) with respect to my latest book, Angels: What the Bible Really Says About God’s Heavenly Host. Check out the […]

I have this topic stuck in my head today in the wake of some conversations with folks about the Dead Sea Scrolls. But it could just as well be about interpreting any passage in the Hebrew Bible. I’ve grown weary of people (especially in Christian Middle Earth) appealing to rabbis to “prove” some idea they […]

Here’s a link to my interview on the True-ID Podcast. Some divine council and Christology focus.

Here’s a link to a short article I originally wrote for Bible Study Magazine on this passage. Its meaning is a common question from Bible readers: “Does God Always Give Second Chances?”

Below is the first of a planned 2019 video series by the Bible Project folks that will re-purpose parts of my content in The Unseen Realm. It’s an introduction to spiritual beings. No surprise — it’s cool. The Bible Project team is quite talented. Those of you who listen to the podcast knew this was coming. […]

The Image of God and Imaging God

Should the Book of Enoch be in the Bible?

Jesus and Psalm 82

“We Need a Better View of Inspiration” – Part 3

“We Need a Better View of Inspiration” – Part 2

“We Need a Better View of Inspiration” – Part 1

Interviews with Shaun are always good ones — check it out!

Here’s the video of my interview with Haden Clark, host of Help Me Believe:

Some who follow my site and social media were directed to the Yesod Bible Center’s courses. Those were created by a friend, Dr. Igal German. He asked me to let you know that the start date for the course “The Appointed Times of the Lord” has been moved to February 9, this coming Saturday, at […]

Every once in a while I get an email from someone who simply cannot comprehend my email disclaimer — the one where I alert people to the fact that I’m always hundreds of emails behind, which means that, while I will see your email, I likely will not reply to it. This is particularly the […]

I’m excited to introduce everyone to the MIQLAT Network! For a couple years now I’ve been fielding emails and questions during live events from people who love the content I produce in books and the Naked Bible Podcast about how to find others who share that interest. A lot of people out there feel isolated. […]

Readers interested in ancient North America (and who are data-driven, not conspiracy-driven or fans of bad biblical interpretation) would do well to read this old (2011) essay by Kenneth Feder, Bradley T. Lepper, Terry A. Barnhart, and Deborah A. Bolnick: Civilizations Lost and Found: Fabricating History – Part One: An Alternate Reality The essay does a […]

My employer, Logos Bible Software (Faithlife Corp) let me know today that they’ve put together some deeply-discounted items for the end of the year. I’m guessing someone out there will want to know, so here they are (each link is distinct from the others): Base Package Sale: Faithlife is offering an additional $100 off the […]

Many of know about FringePop321, the YouTube channel my non-profit helps to support. I’m the host. The channel was created as a response to the panoply of fringe ideas out there on the internet and YouTube (“Middle Earth”). Our goal is to upload one episode per week. There are presently over thirty episodes on the […]

I’ve been asked the following many times when I’m out speaking: Do you have small group material for people new to the content of Supernatural and Unseen Realm? How can I teach other people in my church about this content? The answer to the first is yes – What Does God Want? is the place to […]

Hat tip to Tom Horn for this one. You can read the article here ((published at BreakingIsraelNews.com). Here’s a paragraph: During their session during the recent Hanukkah holiday, the Sanhedrin decided to invite Nikki Haley, the former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, to be the president of the Organization of 70 Nations. Their decision […]

Hat tip to Shaun , who directed me to the fact that Ben Witherington blogged on each chapter of Bart’s book back when it came out, some years ago. The first of the series is here. I post this even though it’s well after the fact because I get a lot of questions about the […]

I wanted to let you all know about this new product. The project is directed by a friend of mine, Boyd Barrett. Boyd is an experienced stage actor, and that experience shows in this production. You can follow this link to listen to a free audio sample. I did — and it’s pretty cool. From […]

Just a reminder! Registration for the first 2019 module will remain open until December 31, 2018. After registration closes those who are registered will receive instructions by email for accessing the courses, which begin on January 7, 2019. Courses offered will be: Beginning Biblical Hebrew Beginning Biblical Greek Beginning Biblical Aramaic MEMRA courses are delivered on […]

This is Part 9 of a guest series by Dr. Ronn Johnson.   My last post concluded with the recommendation that the primary effect of Jesus’ death when viewed in priestly terms (that is, when we speak of Jesus dying as a sacrifice) found him making an already-righteous worshipper fit for entering sacred space. Most […]

I’ve blogged about Yesod Bible Center before. It was created by a friend, Dr. Igal German. Igal has informed me that he has revised and updates all his online courses that are slated to begin in January 2019. This is an excellent opportunity to study Scripture online. Yes, there are a good number of such […]

Well, Amazon has solved the paperback problem! You can now order What Does God Want? in paperback. I’ve been asked many times, “How do I teach your material in my church? How can someone who isn’t even ready for Supernatural get into this content? This book is the answer. What Does God Want? is specifically designed for […]

Okay, it seems everyone is posting their “Top 10 Books of 2018” list this week (I’ve seen a bunch on Twitter) so I’ll get into the act. I listen to audio books while driving around, which allows me to get through a lot of material. What follows is my recommendation list. Most academic books on […]

The most recent issue of Themelios, the academic journal of the Gospel Coalition, contains a review of Matthew’s Theological Grammar: The Father and the Son. This is an important work that argues that “προσκυνέω [proskuneō] in Matthew means worship and its use “bind[s] together the identity of Father and Son” by taking up the verb “in ways that evoke Israel’s […]

Back in March I posted a link to the video below, which was created and posted by Dr. Michael Brown. The video is about how Hebrew is not to be read / translated / interpreted according to the shapes of the original picture-script (“pictographic”) from which the Hebrew letters originated. Dr. Brown is correct. Trying […]

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