Biblical theology, stripped bare of denominational confessions and theological systems by exposing context. On what day was Jesus actually born? What year?
In this episode we discuss the divine council and other biblical theological topics. To watch the bonus segment, "5 More Minutes," become a supporter of our ministry by following the Patreon link below. Player FM is scanning the web for high-quality podcasts for you to enjoy right now.
I really enjoyed Dr. Heiser's interview with you. I am really looking forward to reading the material associated with your dissertation when you blog about it or when it becomes published.
Michael Heiserand his layman assistant, Trey Stricklin. Heiser is one of the many voices I listen to about biblical questions and context, and his actual passion and faith are things I sometimes forget about because his lectures get very academic and dense. Our senior pastor and our brand new associate pastor are both well beyond biblically literate, and my senior pastor has been open and inviting whenever I had questions that needed answering from some book or other of Scripture. That said, I really believe that Dr.
Topics we addressed included defining NAR and explaining exactly what distinguishes NAR from other groups and movements, including Pentecostals, charismatics, the Vineyard movement, and the signs and wonders movement. We also discussed ways to help people who are caught up in NAR teachings. Listen to the podcast here.
Michael Heiser: The series has in mind any Christian who reads the Bible with regularity. Regular Bible readers want to feel confident in their ability to understand the Bible, and to not be totally dependent on others for spiritual food. They want competence in finding answers to questions, living biblically in the culture, and discerning what God wants them to know from his Word.
This is a special episode in our series exploring the portrayal of God as a character in the Bible! Michael Heiser. Dr Heiser is a Ph.
Michael S. Heiser is an American biblical Old Testament scholar and Christian  author who has criticized ancient alien astronaut theorists. His area of expertise is the nature of the spiritual realm in the Bible, namely the Divine council and hierarchy of the spiritual order.
Defends the Gospel of Jesus Christ and classical confessional Calvinism. The term "Reformed" refers to the five solas of the Reformation and the two classical confessional standards: the Three Forms of Unity, and the Westminster Standards. Isaiah ; Romans ,2.
Michael Heiser is passionate about asking questions that challenge common views of biblical subjects. In his forthcoming book AngelsMike tackles what the Old and New Testament actually state about angelic beings. All too often, a modern Western worldview blinds even Christians to the reality of the spiritual.