Watch “Supernatural Seminar”

The Supernatural Seminar with Dr. Michael Heiser is a four-part lecture that dives into the unseen realm of the Bible.

Beginning with part one, Dr. Heiser lays the foundation for the lecture with some key themes, including family/identity, mission/destiny, God’s original family, God’s human family, supernatural rebellions, and the Bible as a supernatural epic.

The supernatural worldview of the bible
Psalm 82, read in Hebrew, uncovers the supernatural worldview of the Bible. Dr. Heiser breaks down elohim, the divine council, and much more.

Dr. Heiser explores Psalms 82, 89, and many more in this episode.



More about the supernatural
If this video piqued your interest, then you may want to consider enrolling in Unseen Realm 101, an online deep-dive into the unseen realm, based on Dr. Michael Heiser’s book, The Unseen Realm. Unseen Realm 101 and 102 includes teaching not in the book that you can’t get anywhere else.

Dr. Heiser is a world-renowned Old Testament Hebrew scholar, author, and the AWKNG School of Theology executive director.

If you missed them, you can watch all four episodes of the series here.

Find more information about Unseen Realm 101 and other courses offered through AWKNG School of Theology by visiting the course catalog.

The Fellowship Of Believers

Naked Bible 39: Acts 2:42-47

This passage has been used by scholars and lay folks alike to justify socialism, communism, or some sort of politically utopian society that has the veneer of socialism or communism. This isn’t the case at all. Jesus couldn’t have been clearer when he said, prior to the events of Acts 2, “my kingdom is not of this world” (John 18:36). The kingdom of God is not to be identified with any political or socio-economic system that guides statecraft. The concerns of God’s kingdom are other than those of an earthly state. Consequently, Acts 2:42-47 cannot legitimately be used to tell the state how to conduct its business. Such is not the concern of God’s kingdom. The political systems of men are to be evaluated by Biblical theology’s opposition to the coercive abuse of power and the sanctity and dignity of human life reflected in biblical teaching and divine law.