The last section of Isaiah 14 appears to refer to nation-states, specifically Babylon and Assyria. What I’m about to propose is something new: I suggest that the entire chapter is directed at those nations and the entity worshiped as the father of their gods: “I will rise up against them,”
Tyler Gilreath, pastor of Gulf Shores Church of Christ, joins us to discuss his new book Gospel Over Gods: Jesus Christ, the Fallen Angels, and the Supernatural War of the Bible. He explains why we can’t fully understand spiritual warfare unless we understand the impact of the sons of God from Genesis 6 and the Tower of Babel (Genesis 11:1–9) in addition to the fall of Adam and Eve.
WE REACH the end of the life of Moses in this week’s Bible study. We focus on Deuteronomy 32:8-9, which describes the division of nations after the Tower of Babel incident, and why it’s so important to understanding the rest of the Bible. Click here for the notes and the mp3 files.