Ezekiel 37:1–14 prophesies the return of Israel to the land, but it’s much more than that. We explain why Ezekiel’s Valley of Dry Bones was probably the area between Mount Hermon and the Sea of Galilee.
A close examination of Ezekiel 31 reveals that it’s not just about Assyria, the nation, but Ashur, the chief god of the Assyrian pantheon, an entity connected to the “sons of God” of Genesis 6 and the things from the Abyss in Revelation 9.
We share our impressions of the megalithic site Gilgal Refaim, which we visited during our recent tour of Israel, and what scholars have learned after fifty years of studying a site that’s bigger and much older than Stonehenge.
We’ve been conditioned to believe that the spirits are somehow more active at this season, but it wasn’t always so. This week, we discuss the ancient practice of ancestor veneration, including Celtic Samhain, Roman Parentalia,