Leviathan in Revelation

One is hard pressed to find a few words go by without some kind of allusion to a Bible passage. John is pulling references from left and right. With this in mind, it’s not unthinkable to see the Leviathan of the Old Testament resurface, especially given the fact that Isaiah said God would deal with…

Lectio Deficillior

In the world of Bible translation we find tons and tons of different manuscripts of the Bible to sort through, each with their own differences and similarities from the Scribes who copied them. Some of the differences might be human errors, like when you’re trying to copy a paper you have in front of you…

God’s Angel in Revelation

According to Revelation 1:1-2, God sent “his angel to his servant John, who bore witness to the word of God and to the testimony of Jesus Christ, even to all that he saw.” The confusion here, however, is that Jesus Himself is the first character we see appear to John. Or is this confusing? After…

Enoch & the Nephilim

Genesis 5 briefly tells us about a man named Enoch who apparently didn’t die but was taken to be with God, while Genesis 6 briefly tells us about how the sons of God slept with the daughters of men and beget Nephilim/giants. In today’s podcast episode we take a deep look into these passages by…

Azazel

In Leviticus 16 there are two goats: one given to Yahweh, and one given to Azazel. But who’s Azazel? And why is he given a goat? And what does it have to do with a message in our series on the Gospel of Matthew? Learn more about tonight’s message in Michael Heiser’s book, The Unseen…