THE SONS OF GOD saw that the daughters of men were fair, and they took as their wives any they chose. We’re joined again by Brian Godawa, Doug Van Dorn, and Dr. Judd Burton for our latest edition of Iron and Myth to discuss the fall of the Watchers.Continue Reading

ON THE surface, the song of Deborah and Barak in Judges 5 is a celebration of a miraculous military victory over a superior enemy. It is that, but it’s much more.Continue Reading

Prophecy teachers typically focus on the unimaginable scale of the slaughter when Gog of Magog is destroyed. The phrase “block the travelers” in Ezekiel 39:11 is usually taken to mean that “the Valley of the Travelers, east of the [Dead] sea,” is choked with corpses. This interpretation misses the spiritual context. Ezekiel’s prophecy actually describes an army that’s possessed by the demonic spirits of the Rephaim, the semi-divine children of Shemihazah/Saturn and his co-conspirators. The forces of the Gog–the Antichrist–will literally be an army of the evil dead. Armageddon will be, in a real sense, the ultimate zombie apocalypse.Continue Reading