“We can’t believe what we don’t understand.
In Supernatural, Michael Heiser helps us to do both. It may open your eyes to the scripture in a new way.”
You may never read the Bible in the same way again.
- Fifteen years ago, Michael S. Heiser was a grad student in biblical languages when a classmate handed him a Hebrew Bible, pointed out Psalm 82:1, and said, “Read this.” Michael did. And his understanding of how the Bible communicates its truth to us—particularly its truth about the supernatural world, the world of the Trinity, of angels and demons, of the gods of the Old Testament and the nephilim and Eden’s serpent—changed forever.
- The Bible’s teaching on the world of the supernatural often occurs in difficult or troublesome passages that many Bible teachers ignore or skip over because their literal meaning doesn’t fit into our neat and tidy systems.
- In Supernatural, Dr. Heiser shines a light on that supernatural world—not a new light, but rather the same light the original, ancient hebrew readers and writers—of Scripture would have seen it in. Supernatural will challenge you over and over again to ask yourself: “do you really believe what the bible says?”
Dr. Michael S. Heiser
A scholar in the fields of biblical studies and the ancient Near East, Dr. Michael S. Heiser is a Scholar-in-Residence at Faithlife Corporation, the makers of Logos Bible Software. Dr. Michael S. Heiser studied at Dallas Theological Seminary, he has an MA in Ancient History from the University of Pennsylvania, and he has an MA in Hebrew Studies and a PhD in Hebrew Bible and Semitic Languages from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has published widely in scholarly journals and popular periodicals such as Bible Study Magazine.
Dr. Michael S. Heiser has taught at the college level for 12 years. He specializes in the Hebrew Bible, Northwest Semitic languages (biblical Hebrew, biblical Greek, Syriac, Aramaic, Ugaritic, Egyptian, Akkadian, Sumerian, Phoenician, and Moabite), biblical theology, the history and religions of the ancient Near East, and Second Temple Jewish literature.Other books by Dr. Michael S. Heiser: