WITCHCRAFT HAS been rebranded in recent decades. Where once it was considered an evil practice inspired by the devil, now it’s harmless fun for kids at Halloween or a form of feminist spiritualism that empowers women.
A SERPENT-SHAPED ridge about three-quarters of a mile long sits less than a quarter-mile north of Gilgal Refaim, the megalithic maze on the Golan Heights. This mound is three times longer and four times higher than the Great Serpent Mound in Ohio, but it’s gone unnoticed by the world—until now.
THE CHURCH is rediscovering things we knew two thousand years ago. Rev. Jack Davila-Ashcraft explains why topics like demons, the Nephilim, and end times prophecy weren’t considered weird by early Christian theologians, and how relearning what we’ve forgotten will help us better understand the spiritual war being fought all around us.
THOUSANDS OF years have passed and their names have been forgotten, or at least transformed over the years into the names of heroes of myth and legend. Why is their story relevant today?