Doug Hamp and Rob Skiba have announced the first Quest 4 Truth Virtual Conference. This event streams live to the web Saturday and Sunday, November 8 and 9, at TheQ4TConference.com. You can see, hear, and interact with some great speakers (besides Doug and Rob): John McTernan, Doc Marquis, Daniel Duval, Freeman Fly, and–oh, yeah, us!–Derek and Sharon Gilbert.
ONE OF the most encouraging things of the Christian faith is the promise of Christ’s return. So why do so many churches avoid the subject of prophecy? Pastor, author and television host Gary Stearman and “Partner/Servant” Bob Ulrich discuss the importance of studying prophecy and their new ministry, Prophecy Watchers.
JUST WHEN we thought the furor over Slender Man had died down, a Florida teen fascinated with the fictional horror character tried to incinerate her family by setting her home on fire while they slept. We discuss concept of the tulpa and the possibility that demons may be using the phenomenon to influence teens looking for supernatural power.
THE US and EU wasted no time in condemning the referendum in Crimea. According to reports from the area, nearly 80% of voters in the region turned out and over… Read more »
AS THE world watches Sochi, we take a brief look at the things we’re studying and writing about as we prepare for forthcoming conferences: the magickal worldview, the drive to create a global hive mind, and the surprisingly fallible “prophets” of the New Apostolic Reformation.
THERE IS much talk in scientific communities lately about whether the universe is really real or simply a hologram. This is a concept that New Age teachers will exploit to advance the meme that all things are part of an all-encompassing living cosmos. Sharon and Derek discuss aspects of this idea and the very different prophetic vision of those who call themselves Christian, but, like those in the New Age movement, believe it’s their duty to create heaven on Earth.