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Didactic Mind, Ep 98: The Mirror War

by | Apr 6, 2022 | Podcasts | 2 comments

This week’s episode is about how the turmoil and madness that we see in the physical world, mirrors the Great War between Heaven and Hell. I discuss how the concerted, extremely over the top, push-back against nationalist leaders and peoples in Russia, China, and now Hungary and Serbia, is a straightforward manifestation of spiritual evil that dates back to BEFORE the Flood (no, not the HALO kind, the Book of Genesis kind). Looking back at history, Scripture, and Biblical exegesis courtesy of Dr. Michael Heiser, I explain the manner in which the powers and principalities of Hell manifest themselves into our world and influence us. I close with a call to prayer and spiritual arms, to fortify ourselves to fight for the truth, which operates like a relentless, unstoppable battering ram against evil that confronts us.


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  1. Josh

    This is a very timely podcast. Everything in the physical manifests something of the spiritual and so too here. The “Extending Russia” documentation is quite explicit on the Deep State’s pact with the devil wherein they openly acknowledge they seek to stir up fears and anxieties (which everyone has) in Russia and its leaderships, something demons take delight in doing. And why? They never really say but the neocons carry their resentments and rage and the secularists are afraid too, of losing economic hegemony and of the truth uncovering political correctness. The hells play both sides off against each other and eat popcorn as they watch Ukrainians suffer. The two great commandments urge us to love God and our neighbour. At its most general our neighbour is our nation, the broadest material realm entity which has a duty of care towards us (and vice versa). Beyond that it is God. The globalists and isms fight to remove God and one’s neighbour, one’s nation, and replace Him with their own ideologies and hatreds and bow down to it/them. Take care!

  2. Robert W

    I am stoked to have more Heiser-informed perspectives brought to the surface.

    Alongside the Bible Project, this man has shown me my place in the cosmos as part of the Kingdom at hand and peeled back the unimaginable scope of the gospel for the cosmos I live in. The churches I’ve grown up in were so focused on the role of the gospel in the life of the human that they missed the role of the human in the gospel for the universe. Still that way. I get more teaching any given week from Heiser and Bible Project than any year worth of sermons from any church we’ve been visiting.

    I had a conversation with a co-worker Monday. I’ve never met him, his pop was a Baptist preacher, and he has grandkids. First, we have small talk, then family/kids/grandkids talk, then we’re off into deep waters. For my first time in meatspace, out of nowhere, we’re talking about the literary approach to understanding the bible (Bible Project), a context-dependent reading of the bible (Heiser), and the requirement to understand human authorship of a divine work brings some discrepancies, and that makes the work more interesting and compelling than single human authorship.

    There’s a theme in the Monday browser crashers about Islam and the crumbling narrative and the increasing scale of the ‘apostates’. In the published world there’s even a very good book about it, Miraculous Movements by Jerry Trousdale, where entire families walk away from Islam into the arms of Christ.

    My anecdotal experience with my bible-belt-grew-up-in-church peer group is similar. In the published world there’s even a book about it, Why Men Hate Going to Church. He talks about the emphasis on femininity within the churches that steersmen away. There’s a lot of truth to that. An even bigger story is more fundamental. Men want to be part of something much greater than themselves. We may not want the burden of Frodo or Aragorn, but we would each like to be Merry or Pippen or Eomer.

    The self-focused gospel has cast that perspective aside. Consumer Christians have genuinely femininized the faith. The promises of eternal life are dramatically overweighed in the preaching and evangelism compared to their weight in Jesus or Paul. The tragedy is Christianity doesn’t even need the promise of the afterlife, it is the only way to make sense of this life now.

    My prayer is that this expanded grasp of the gospel from Heiser and others like him will help develop a reformation in the west. Men walking back into the gospel because it fires our minds and hearts, not just more men walking away from the feminization of the faith. More meat, less milk, to borrow Paul’s insight.

    Godspeed Didact, I’m looking forward to this one.


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