ARCHAEOLOGY CAN be a tricky business—especially when you dig in Israel. Dr. Scott Stripling, Director of Excavations for the Associates for Biblical Researchat Khirbet el-Maqatir and Shiloh, talks about the importance of archaeology for better understanding the Bible.
THE CHURCH is rediscovering things we knew two thousand years ago. Rev. Jack Davila-Ashcraft explains why topics like demons, the Nephilim, and end times prophecy weren’t considered weird by early Christian theologians, and how relearning what we’ve forgotten helps us better understand the spiritual war being fought all around us.
As we approach Independence Day here in the United States, it seemed appropriate to bring back two interviews with the late Lt. Col. Dan Marvin, author of an important book, Expendable Elite: One Soldier’s Journey Into Covert Warfare, which documents his service as a Green Beret captain in Vietnam.
Carl Teichrib, author of Game of Gods: The Temple of Man in the Age of Re-enchantment, shares his observations about a recent conference of pagans in the upper Midwest. The takeaway: The old gods are coming