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In the myth, even though Inanna married Dumuzi, she was happy to throw him under the bus when demons tried to drag her younger son, Lulal (Bad-Tibara’s patron god), down to the netherworld. At Inanna’s urging, the demons spared Lulal and took Dumuzi instead. Dumuzi’s sister pleaded for him, so Inanna agreed to allow her to take his place for half the year, thus making Dumuzi the first of many “dying and rising gods” in the ancient Near East. More than two thousand years later, one of the abominations God showed the prophet Ezekiel was women at the entrance of the north gate of the Temple weeping for Dumuzi, called Tammuz in the Bible. (READ THE COMPLETE ENTRY #11)
When we step back and take a fresh look at the events of Jesus’ life, many things take on new meaning when they’re framed in the context of the war between God and the gods. And, of course, many of the arguments offered by skeptics to explain away the divinity of Jesus are nothing more than PSYOPs by the Fallen to convince modern minds, clouded by the fog of scientism, that Jesus was either a political radical, a social justice warrior, or a misunderstood itinerant preacher—anything but God made flesh. For example, the Transfiguration. What was the point of all that? (READ COMPLETE ENTRY PART-9 HERE)
Reversing Hermon (preorder to receive gifts, to ship starting in March) is a groundbreaking work that unveils what most in the modern Church have never heard regarding how the story of the sin of the Watchers in 1 Enoch 6-16 helped frame the mission of Jesus, the messiah. Jews of the first century expected the messiah to reverse the impact of the Watchers’ transgression. For Jews of Jesus’ day, the Watchers were part of the explanation for why the world was so profoundly depraved. The messiah would not just revoke the claim of Satan on human souls and estrangement from God, solving the predicament of the Fall. He would also not only bring the nations back into relationship with the true God by defeating the principalities and powers that governed them. Jews also believed that the messiah would rescue humanity from self-destruction, the catalyst for which was the sin of the Watchers and the influence of what they had taught humankind. The role of Enoch’s retelling of Genesis 6:1-4 in how New Testament writers wrote of Jesus and the cross has been largely lost to a modern audience. Reversing Hermon rectifies that situation. Topics include:
Reversing Hermon by Dr. Michael S. Heiser is the first book to unearth this forgotten mission of Jesus from scholarly academic literature and to make it accessible to Bible students everywhere. The book also includes lengthy appendices on the ancient debate on the inspiration of the book of 1 Enoch, New Testament allusions to the book, and academic resources for studying 1 Enoch and the Book of Giants from the Dead Sea Scrolls.
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Starting mid-February a brand new SPECIAL INVESTIGATIVE REPORT will begin broadcasting on SkyWatch TV featuring the latest research by Dr. Michael S. Heiser and our host Derek Gilbert. Tom Horn says “One cannot understand much of the life and actions of Jesus Christ and substantial parts of the Bible if they do not comprehend what we are set to reveal regarding God, His Son Jesus, and the sin of the Watchers! After 30 years in ministry I can only now fully appreciate much of what Jesus was doing!” WATCH VIDEO TRAILER BELOW!
Over the next few days Tom Horn and Dennis & Ginger Lindsay share a mountain of information on the Jim Bakker show about the ancient Watchers and the giants they produced – when and where this happened, why, and whether there will be a return of the Nephilim in the near future. Tom Horn says a person cannot even understand much of the old testament until they grasp what the Watchers were trying to do and God’s judgment against this illegal creation. (WATCH PROGRAM)