VFTB 104: Giants and Ancient Cities

Gilgal Refaim
Gilgal Refaim ("Wheel of the Giants") in Bashan, the modern Golan Heights

THE NEXT time you’re stuck in rush hour traffic, blame the Nephilim.

Well, maybe not.  The giants of old may not be directly responsible for superhighways and toll booths, there is some evidence to suggest that they did motivate our distant ancestors to give up pastoral or agricultural lifestyles for cities.  And then there are those ancient monuments constructed with stone blocks too large to move with the technology available to us today.

Dr. Judd Burton, director of the Institute of Biblical Anthropology and author of Interview With the Giant: Ethnohistorical Notes on the Nephilim, joins us to discuss giants and the roots of human civilization.

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1 Comment on VFTB 104: Giants and Ancient Cities

  1. Bro. Derek,

    Can’t wait to hear this one, it’s queued up, so soon I will!

    Had a sort of related topic, I was wondering if you wanted to tackle. I do a blog (now on the RRN blogs!) Called Don’t Ask That in Church. I recently did a topic on a Christian view of Bigfoot, and someone left me a comment that I think may interest you.

    This comment agreed with me that yes, bigfoot is likely demonic, and this person has written a book “Non Existant Entities” about her own experiences with demonic, bigfoot entities. I believe she has since come to Christ and has been working to expose this demonic deception.

    Her website is:

    http://www.shannon-eh.ca/

    I don’t care about plugging my blog, but here’s the post in question where you can see her comments which have some interesting info.

    http://dontaskthatinchurch.blogspot.com/2012/02/you-know-what-they-say-about-bigfeetbig.html

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