Supernatural

by Michael Heiser     |     Book Summary


Author: Michael Heiser
Publisher: Lexham Press
Date: 2015
Pages: 167

Book Summary of Supernatural by Michael Heiser


While Michael Heiser was a grad student, a fellow classmate asked him to read Psalm 82:1, which appears to reference an assembly of divine beings. This experience launched Heiser on a lifelong journey of discovery. As it turns out, Psalm 82:1 is not the only passage in the Bible that makes reference to supernatural beings.

Supernatural is a condensed version of The Unseen Realm. Both books seek to present biblical truth about the supernatural, unseen world. This includes topics such as God, the Trinity, the angel of the LORD, angels and demons, the gods of pagan nations, principalities and powers, and even Satan himself.

Many pastors and theologians are embarrassed by the biblical teaching about the supernatural world. These ideas do not fit nicely or neatly into a modern, scientific worldview. Heiser wants believers to see the world like the ancient Hebrews saw the world, including things seen and unseen.  





Supernatural

by Michael Heiser

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Book Summary of Supernatural by Michael Heiser

AuthorMichael Heiser
PublisherLexham Press
Date2015
Pages167


Overview:

While Michael Heiser was a grad student, a fellow classmate asked him to read Psalm 82:1, which appears to reference an assembly of divine beings. This experience launched Heiser on a lifelong journey of discovery. As it turns out, Psalm 82:1 is not the only passage in the Bible that makes reference to supernatural beings.

Supernatural is a condensed version of The Unseen Realm. Both books seek to present biblical truth about the supernatural, unseen world. This includes topics such as God, the Trinity, the angel of the LORD, angels and demons, the gods of pagan nations, principalities and powers, and even Satan himself.

Many pastors and theologians are embarrassed by the biblical teaching about the supernatural world. These ideas do not fit nicely or neatly into a modern, scientific worldview. Heiser wants believers to see the world like the ancient Hebrews saw the world, including things seen and unseen.