The War on Masculinity

November 4, 2019

The new issue of GQ is the latest skirmish on our culture’s war with masculinity. In today’s America, being a man apparently means winning women’s athletic competitions and giving birth.

SciFriday: Day of the Dead

November 1, 2019

Today is the Day of the Dead in Mexico. We discuss the Aztec goddess of the dead, Mictēcacihuātl, the rites associated with her worship, and possible connections to the ancient cult of the dead that deceived the Israelites even while Moses was still leading them.

Unraveling Revelation: Smyrna – Conquering the Second Death

October 28, 2019

The church of Smyrna was told it would be tested and suffer tribulation for ten days. We discuss the trials of Smyrna, which represents the church age between 100 and 312 AD, and the reminder that the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelation is about the long war with Death.

SciFriday: The Evil Dead

October 25, 2019

Appropriately for the Halloween season, we present an episode on the evil dead–which also happens to be the subject of our new books, Veneration and Realms of the Dead.

The “I” Word

October 17, 2019

Speaker Nancy Pelosi is committed to an impeachment inquiry without a full vote of the House. There is no constitutional requirement for her to call a vote, but it’s bringing up comparisons to England’s secret Star Chamber courts of the 16th and 17th centuries.

Unraveling Revelation: The Church of Ephesus (Part 1)

September 30, 2019

Ephesus was a world-class city in the first century, the most prominent in Western Asia Minor. We discuss the importance of the goddess Artemis, evidence of demonic activity during the apostolic age, and begin to analyze the letter from Jesus to the church in the city where John spent his last days.

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