THE DEATH OF THE GODS is prophesied in the Bible. This is not in dispute, unless one argues that God Himself was mistaken in calling the pagan gods of the ancient world “gods.”Continue Reading

The chief god of Mesopotamia before the political rise of Babylon was the deity called the “Great Mountain,” Enlil. Scholars used to believe that the god’s name was a combination of the Sumerian words en (“lord”) and líl (“air/wind” or “storm”).[1] As scholars have looked deeper into the nature of the deity, however, a growingContinue Reading

The pagan gods of the ancient world did not humbly submit after the Resurrection. Stunned and alarmed by the Resurrection, they withdrew, like the unclean spirit of Matthew 12:43–45, to a waterless place—Arabia.

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