[Reading] ➾ The Unseen Realm: Recovering the Supernatural Worldview of the Bible By Michael S. Heiser – Tactical-player.co.uk

The Unseen Realm: Recovering the Supernatural Worldview of the Bible In The Unseen Realm, Dr Michael Heiser Examines The Ancient Context Of Scripture, Explaining How Its Supernatural Worldview Can Help Us Grow In Our Understanding Of God He Illuminates Intriguing And Amazing Passages Of The Bible That Have Been Hiding In Plain Sight You Ll Find Yourself Engaged In An Enthusiastic Pursuit Of The Truth, Resulting In A New Appreciation For God S Word Why Wasn T Eve Surprised When The Serpent Spoke To Her How Did Descendants Of The Nephilim Survive The Flood Why Did Jacob Fuse Yahweh And His Angel Together In His Prayer Who Are The Assembly Of Divine Beings That God Presides Over In What Way Do Those Beings Participate In God S Decisions Why Do Peter And Jude Promote Belief In Imprisoned Spirits Why Does Paul Describe Evil Spirits In Terms Of Geographical Rulership Who Are The Glorious Ones That Even Angels Dare Not Rebuke After Reading This Book, You May Never Read Your Bible The Same Way Again There Is A World Referred To In The Scripture That Is Quite Unseen, But Also Quite Present And Active Michael Heiser S The Unseen Realm Seeks To Unmask This World Heiser Shows How Important It Is To Understand This World And Appreciate How Its Contribution Helps To Make Sense Of Scripture The Book Is Clear And Well Done, Treating Many Ideas And Themes That Often Go Unseen Themselves With This Book, Such Themes Will No Longer Be Neglected, So Read It And Discover A New Realm For Reflection About What Scripture Teaches

7 thoughts on “The Unseen Realm: Recovering the Supernatural Worldview of the Bible

  1. says:

    I finally bought this book having been a listener of the Naked Bible podcast for a while Dr Heiser s online material should give you a good idea of what to expect from this book it is written in plain English and the chapters are refreshingly short which was a pleasant surprise his vocal style can be a little long winded and monotonous but his writing is c

  2. says:

    so my late father often used to say and Michael Heiser s excellent book discloses how much our western worldview has blinded us to what the writers of the Bible would have taken for granted I was fortune to have been taught many of these things in a combination of Brethren, Baptist and Pentecostal Charismatic churches in the UK but I have come across many t

  3. says:

    This book is not just intriguing it is mind blowing Talk about a paradigm shift Open it and enjoy a roller coaster of revelation and discovery Every Bible Scholar and or teacher should read this its only prerequisite An open mind and a desire for a deeper understanding of the Bible s dificult bits Fallen angels and much, much Wow You will not believe how ma

  4. says:

    This is a very well researched and scholarly work by Dr Heiser, who examines the elusive aspects of Scripture and illumines them in new and interesting ways Unencumbered by denominational baggage , Hesier guides the reader through the unssen spritual realm that underpins our own world You will NEVER read the Bible again in the same way Indeed, it has persona

  5. says:

    This is a well written book with references freely provided including on line extras to back up the teachings that are presented These cover areas that have so often been ignored or misunderstood and offer answers, that to my mind, work in a holistic manner throughout the Old and New Testament scriptures It is refreshing to find an author who, though obviously

  6. says:

    Those are the words this author uses for his podcast, Naked Bible which is highly recommended but could also be used for this HIGHLY recommended book For many of us Christians, we have been taught so well all the fundamental truths of the Bible Yet there remain gaps and places where passages and small comments are skipped past since they are so strange Heiser,

  7. says:

    Brilliant and detailed work I think Dr Heiser is literally the leading edge of Bible interpretation currently He seems to me to go where the evidence leads him instead of trying to defend his pet theories This in an age when the virulent and toxic Social Justice Warrior infection in academics makes the field of academia the literal wasteland of desolation when i

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