AFTER SOME thoughts on the vote by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America to allow openly gay non-celibate pastors, we spent most of the hour exploring the spiritual symbolism in the ABC series Lost. The show is far more than just a well-crafted dramatic series with strong sci fi/supernatural overtones, it’s rich with symbolism that relates to the spiritual war between good and evil.
TONIGHT WE begin our new weekend schedule. As part of our show tonight, we present complete and uncut for the first time an interview from May of 2006 with Russ Dizdar of Shatter the Darkness Ministries.
WITH COMPANY again and some furniture to move, we dig back into the archive again for one of our favorite interviews, and one that relates to the discussion of the Divine Council with Dr. Michael Heiser the other night. What was it about the Tower of Babel that made God so angry? For analysis and speculation, back in 2005 we turned to scientist, archaeologist, and author Stan Deyo.
TONIGHT WE offer the second half of a two-part interview from the archive with Dr. Michael Heiser on his research into the Divine Council. This is P.I.D. 101, a primer in the nature of the spiritual war in which we find ourselves.
BECAUSE DEREK is recording an interview for this coming weekend tonight, we present a pair of shows from the archive, a two-part interview with Dr. Michael Heiser on his research into the Divine Council. This is P.I.D. 101, a primer in the nature of the spiritual war in which we find ourselves.
WE’RE GETTING ready for company in the bunker tonight, so we present a foundational interview from the archives. In June of 2006, Derek talked with Peter Levenda, author of the… Read more »
THE 61st anniversary of the most famous UFO crash in history was celebrated this weekend in Roswell, New Mexico, so of course we had to turn to the man on… Read more »
IS IT PROPAGANDA when it’s only a movie, and a pretty mediocre one at that? Our guest tonight, Dr. Lynn Marzulli, author of Politics, Prophecy, and the Supernatural, says yes…. Read more »
Part 2 of Tom’s presentation is available by clicking here.