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Starting on Thursday, January 7, at 7 PM, we’re going to explore the unseen realm of the spiritual world around us. What does the Bible teach about this spiritual world, and why should it matter to us who live in a rationalistic, scientific 21st century? During this Bible Study we’ll also look at the worldview of 2nd Temple Judaism, which was the spiritual worldview that St. Paul, all of the Apostles, and the Early Church Fathers believed in. We’ll look at some of the writings written during this time – between the end of the Old Testament and the beginning of the New Testament, which were sometimes quoted in the New Testament and were well-loved by the Apostolic Fathers.

We’re going to peak into a world that’s going to hold many surprises for us. It will be a challenging 8 weeks, but one that will be spiritually enriching, at the end of which you will have a greater understanding of God’s overall purpose for this world, and you will find that you will start to understand many of the Scriptures that didn’t seem to make sense before.  Please remember to bring your Bibles – we will be reading through many Scriptures together.  Maximum attendance is 30 people.  There is no fee for this course.


Questions to be discussed include:

  • Where was Eden?

  • Who is Satan?

  • Who were the sons of God?

  • How many gods are there?​​ Where did they come from?  Do they still exist?

  • What's the difference between Demons and Fallen Angels?

  • Why is Jesus called the "unique" Son of God?

  • What did St. Paul mean by "powers, principalities, and rulers of the world?

  • Who were the Nephilim (Giants) of Genesis 6?

  • What was the real reason for the flood?

  • Who were the Watchers?

  • Why did Jesus, the Apostles, and the Church Fathers give such importance to the Book of Enoch?

  • What really happened at the Tower of Babel?

  • A snake talking in Eden -- what's that all about?

  • When did the "Fall" take place?

  • How many Supernatural Rebellions have taken place in the Scriptures?

  • What did St. Paul really mean when he said that women should wear a headcovering "because of the angels"?


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