Watch “Bethel and Bill Johnson’s Bridge to the New Age and Spiritual Fakery.” on YouTube

Click here to Watch “Bethel and Bill Johnson’s Bridge to the New Age and Spiritual Fakery.” on YouTube

Watch a reaction and critique of Mike Winger’s video by a Bethel Church Alumni

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.

Introducing Wesley Huff

https://www.wesleyhuff.com/infographics

“Wesley Huff is a gifted thinker, clear communicator, and articulate defender of the faith. More so, Wesley cares deeply about the heart of the hearer, desiring all he engages with not only to believe facts about Jesus but to truly believe in Jesus. I highly recommend Wes to any church or organization looking for a godly man in Christ to defend against objections and equip believers for the sake of the Kingdom.”

– Jim Parker III,
Retired Professor and associate Dean of Worldview and Culture at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Director of The Trinity institute