NIMROD GETS a bad rap. Or maybe too much credit. Doug Woodward, author of Rebooting the Bible, Part 2, joins us for a discussion of just one chapter in his new book, and he explains why he believes Nimrod had nothing to do with Babel—but his father, Cush, did.

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THE BIBLE was not written in a vacuum. But most of us read it as if it was. Richard Burke is the author of the Raising Up Pharaoh series of novels. He’s invested some 30,000 hours of research into the ancient world to make his fictional realm believable.Continue Reading

Dr. Michael Lake discusses the ancient land of Shinar and the rebellion of Nimrod at Babel and the reason God directed Joshua to attack Jericho first during the conquest.  Then Paul McGuire talks about the technocratic elite and why they want to rule the world.Continue Reading

The Shinar Directive

WE ONLY know about Nimrod from a few verses in the book of Genesis, but he has cast a very long shadow across history. Dr. Michael Lake discusses his new book The Shinar Directive: Preparing the Way for the Son of Perdition.Continue Reading

Noah Primeval

NOAH WAS a kick-butt warrior chief who resisted the Lord’s call to build a big wooden box. That’s the picture of the patriarch in Brian Godawa’s new novel, Noah Primeval: Chronicles of the Nephilim Book I. Drawing on the Divine Council research of Dr. Mike Heiser, Brian paints a vividContinue Reading