Queen Jadis: Descendant of Rebellions

C.S. Lewis was very much into mythology (especially Norse mythology, which somehow led him to work for MI6 for a brief moment). When you become aware of this trait in Lewis, his writing begins to pop all the more. For example, we see that Lewis incorporated both Biblical and Jewish mythology Lewis into one of…

The Return of the Giants

While the Nephilim don’t get mentioned again until Numbers 13, the Bible in its entirety show us that there are clans of giants mentioned by other names as early as Genesis 14—just a few chapters after their origin story in Genesis 6. Seeing this requires us to pay close attention to sections of the Bible…

Cosmological Order (Pt 5)

Paul’s understanding of order is further established in 1 Corinthians 11 in two very shocking ways (one we’ll cover now, and the other tomorrow). For if a wife will not cover her head, then she should cut her hair short. But since it is disgraceful for a wife to cut off her hair or shave…

Christian Identity

In today’s podcast I dive into the large strokes the Bible paints of the spiritual realm from Genesis to Revelation and how it relates to Christian identity. As it ends up, though we live humble and meek lives, the Christian is no little deal and infused with power from the Holy Spirit. This picture is…