Reversing Hermon: “A Fantastic Follow-Up to Unseen Realm” Posted by MikeHeiser | Mar 22, 2017 | Announcement, Jesus, New Testament, Reversing Hermon, Uncategorized | That’s the opinion of early reviewers. Reversing Hermon isn’t my planned sequel to The Unseen Realm, but it does continue the conversation. I’ll take it! Hope you’ll read it! Share: Rate:
Bought the book in the “package deal” via Tom Horn’s ministry. I can’t wait to read it!! 🙂 By the way, Mike, have you ever done a Coast-to-Coast show? Just wondering. Lately they’ve been talking about the spiritual realm. Some “Christians” have been on to share their knowledge and experience of the supernatural, but they have really no idea. I suggest your books to them for a more comprehensive outlook. thanks for everything yo are doing for God’s kingdom! 🙂
Yep. I’ve been on C2C about 30 times since 2001. It’s fun, and everyone there (from George to Tom to Lisa) is very gracious. I plan to contact them after mid-April when other bookings clear up a bit.
Wonderful!! It seems that people from all walks of life are searching desperately to uncover the unknown realm. Most of their “stuff” is from all over the place. I can’t understand why even the so-called Christians who show up do not use the most supernatural book they (I’m assuming) own. You, on the other hand, have a unique way of teaching and evangelizing without blinding them with the light. I like that and i try to learn from you in this area. Thank you so much, Mike! Oh, as an aside, I’ve been listening to your podcasts about the flat earth (where for me, I think you crush the competitors of this false teaching which only serves to sideline Christians from the real focus of Jesus and His work on the cross. I’ve also listened to your podcast about “And the all Israel will be saved.” I have to admit, it has given me pause. My understanding of that phrase I believed was tied into the 144,000 who are called men who are virgins (and why would that be crazy, given the supernatural nature of the Bible in so many other instances) — but in that each tribe of these men are listed as 12,000 from specifically each tribe (with the exception of Dan and Ephraim being mentioned). So, I always thought that was a special remnant God would set aside during or just after the great translation of the every tribe, tongue, and nation in Rev. 6. It seems to me that these 144,000 will be sealed on their foreheads and remain on earth through the remainder of the great tribulation and the time of God’s wrath as it passes over them (which causes me to think about the origins of the Passover in Exodus). Still, now you’ve given me more to think about in regard to all of this. I’ll be glad when you have studied the 144,000 more carefully for yourself and then share your academic work about it. I remember hearing that a friend of yous believes these 144,000 are angels who did not defile themselves, but the Word is men not angels (as far as my little study can tell). Anyway, i look forward to learning more from you in upcoming podcasts. 🙂 Laura
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Would love to see a Reversing the Fall and Reversing Babel companion books to this! Armed with a Bible, Unseen Realm and those 3 a missionary could really do some damage. Just a thought. On page 37. Mostly review so far but I love how the reader doesn’t need UR to read this book. Really looking forward to the rest of it.
When does it come out in kindle???
The publisher told me possibly in May, but I think the honest answer is that it’s unknown at this point.
I have thoroughly enjoyed all of your books, and I’m almost done with Reversing Hermon. I have a chronology question, but I first wanted to tell you a quick story.
About 5 years ago I was sitting in church (a little bored) and I happened to read Genesis 6:1-4. My jaw dropped, and I wondered how on earth I had never heard of this nor had I even read it before! I went on an intense search to find out more. I even asked a few seminary students who mumbled something about Seth, and otherwise looked for the nearest exit. Then I found your website! Thank you so much for the enormous amount of work you do. Your writings have expanded my understanding of God and His plan for all of creation.
Please explain this chronology for me: On page 84 you quote Amy Richter who writes, “…Asael taught skills for the beautification of women, the women used them, and made themselves irresistible to angels.” I thought that the angels first saw the daughters of men, took them as wives, and *then* taught them secret knowledge. Richter seems to invert that chronology. Can you explain? I’m sure I’ve misunderstood in some way.