Mankind seems interested in the unseen spirit world around us. We are bombarded by the supernatural in movies, television, and books. Yet how much do we really understand about it? This compilation of articles seeks to explain, from a biblical perspective, what the spirit realm is really like and how it truly interacts with the physical realm of humanity.
This article reviews what the Bible tells us regarding fallen angels and unclean spirits, also known as demons. This information can be used to better understand ghosts or psychic phenomenon. This is a very intriguing topic and one where reality is much different from common perception.
The Bible reveals a surprising amount of information about the gods of the nations, not just the God of Israel. Much of that information is lost to most or considered myth. Regardless of current thinking, it is the truth.
This article reviews the material provided within the Bible regarding the spiritual world around us. Many quote Ephesians 6:12, but they would likely be astounded if they truly understood how much the physical world is affected by the spirit world that surrounds us. Spirits, heavenly powers, angels, princes, gods, the host of heaven, Prince of the host, and elements are all terms covered in this article that reference the unseen; each will be much clearer when you finish the article.
Is Satan an angel, a dragon, a serpent, the devil, the king of Tyre, or something else? This article discusses the reasons and timing of the fall of Satan, his current placement, and his ultimate destiny.
This page reveals the long-ignored, biblically sound truth about the world before the Flood and the reason for God's wrath. The Flood was a punishment for the sins of the angels (the sons of God) and their wicked offspring the nephilim, as attested in Scripture. As Yeshua (Jesus) said “as it was in the days of Noah, so it will be also in the days of the Son of Man.” Read this article to understand the events that are about to befall mankind in these last days.
The term Anti christ is actually used only a few times in the New Testament, but this entity is spoken of often in the Bible by various names (Man of Sin, Lawless One, Son of Perdition, Prince of Tyre, King of Babylon, King of Assyria, the Assyrian, Little Horn, Gog, etc.). This article addresses the biblical teaching about the Antichrist and identifies this entity.