Angels and demons movies are a guilty pleasure of mine, so if you've been craving a mega movie marathon, then you've come to the right place. This is my mega list of favorites. Movies are listed based on my personal love-hate relationship with them, but I recommend seeing all of them. If your favorite movie, TV show, or cartoon doesn't make the list, chances are I haven't seen it or just don't remember it. Important: Most of these movies are available on Amazon. With a 30 day free Prime trial, you'll get access to many of these movies and more. Click here to check out Amazon Prime. The Prophecy (Christopher Walken)This is the movie that started my obsession with angel movies. Christopher Walken plays a perfect evil version of Gabriel. There's something about angels in t...
There are 15 types of spirits in the Bible, and this podcast takes a look at each one. For those of you that have read Beyond Flesh and Blood: The Ultimate Guide To Angels and Demons, you will recognize some of the content. For those of you that don’t own it, but want more information on spirits in the Bible, you can grab it on Amazon. Show Information Intro: Show #8 Brought To You By: Beyond Flesh and Blood Days of Noah Subject: The 15 Types of Spirits In The Bible Listener Question “Dear Minister Fortson, Hi I just wanted to ask you another question who do you think is “The Angel of the Lord?” Why in some verses does he allow people to worship him? Well I hope you can answer this one. Thanks.” – Amanda Show Notes On Spirits In The Bible
Demons are one of the most controversial topics in the Bible and in modern medicine. There are many beliefs about demons, but most of them are built on myth, legend, and hearsay. The word demon is used as an all encompassing definition that applies to all of the following terms: Evil Spirit Unclean Spirit In this study, we're going to take an in depth look at the origin of demons according to the Bible. The Origin of The Shed The Shed were well known throughout the Middle East as powerful spirits. The first place in the Bible that we encounter the Shed is in reference to Israel worshiping them. “They sacrificed unto devils (Shed), not to God; to gods whom they knew not, to new gods that came newly up, whom your fathers feared not.” – Deuteronomy 32:17 T
I run across a lot of websites in the course of my research, and some stand out above others. They are well organized, thoroughly researched, informative, and very readable. This list acknowledges those sites. If you have any sites that you think we should know about, please leave a comment below. When I update this list at a future date, the site you share just may be included. Disclaimer: Inclusion on this list does not mean that I agree with all of the content, views, and beliefs presented on the site. Beliefs contrary to mine and yours may appear on these sites, so I warn you to use caution and check your Bible to verify. Letters On Demonology and Witchcraft (Jason Colavito) What Are Demons? (Angels & Ghosts) What Are Demons According To The Bible (Comp...
Can playing Dungeons & Dragons expose you to demonic possession? Does it really teach people to worship the Devil? Lets separate the facts from the fiction and discuss this often misunderstood topic in depth. Is the tract Dark Dungeons a realistic portrayal of the game? In this article: We’re going to address 25 very real concerns about Dungeons & Dragons. We’re going to examine the tract Dark Dungeons published by Chick.com. We’re going to address two articles on the subject, written by Bill Schnoebelen. If you’re a parent, grandparent, brother, sister, friend, or whatever, it is important to know exactly what you’re talking about, so you sound informed when talking to people about the game. Feel free to use this article as a quick reference guide to st
I figured I’d share my final thoughts on the issue. I’ve taken a lot of criticism for challenging the accepted church tradition of the word meaning “sex before marriage”, but I continued to explore the Bible to find the ACTUAL meaning behind the word. I looked at the Hebrew, the Greek, and the root of the English word, the Latin language. All of these languages played a role in the translation of the King James Bible into English. Please keep in mind that this entire study has been a progression of thought and not one single conclusive argument. If you want to read any of the previous studies you can find them below: The Truth About Shacking Up Fornication vs. Sex Before Marriage Sexual Situations According To The Bible In this final post on the subject
Sometimes it’s good to revisit old myths about the Bible. Many people unknowingly teach wrong things about the Bible, even though they may be very sincere. I’ve written about this topic before in my post, The Truth About Shacking Up. It is true that the English word fornication means “sex before marriage”. However, the Bible was not written in English. Both the Hebrew and Greek words have a much deeper and much more profound meaning. Hebrew – zanah (play the prostitute) Greek – porneia (fornication, immorality) Latin – fornix (vaulted archway, cellar) I talked about the significance of these words in the previous post so I won’t go over it again this time. However, I will point out that vaulted archways and cellars are where prostitutes hung out in Rome. The rea
Will we know the mark of the beast (666) when we see it or will it be an invisible mark that can only be seen by supernatural beings and God? Today’s article was inspired by a comment that I received: “The mark of the beast will be invisible to us, only to be seen by the supernatural. The mark in your forehead is your decision, choice, allegiance (active sinner or repentant) and the mark in your hand is your works, how you live your life. (sinning or seeking forgivness) The devil will know who has his mark and Father will know who has his. Ezekiel 20:12. Moreover also I gave them my sabbaths, to be a sign between me and them, that they might know that I am the Lord that sanctify them. What are the Sabbaths you may ask ? – Truthy1 What Is The Purpose of The Mark?
Even before I became a Minister, I had issues with people who assumed that Preachers are supposed to act a certain way, based upon public misconception. There seems to be an expectation of perfection when it comes to people who do God’s work, as if the laws of nature no longer apply to us. People tend to forget that we are people too, and we are far from perfect, although many Preachers would like to portray their “perfect” lifestyle. I put “perfect” in quotation marks because its just an act for the most part. Jesus was the only sinless man to walk this earth. We all have a past, and our past is what brings us to the point we are at now. Most people don’t know what a hypocrite truly is, but there are quite a few hypocrites that hold the office of Preacher. Most peop
Who were the Hebrews? What nationalities did they consist of? Why isn’t this taught in Sunday School? We’re about to answer a few questions and probably create a few new question in the process. With that said, let’s get to it: The Twelve Tribes of Israel In Part 4 we looked at the parental ethnicities of all of Jacob’s wives and sons. It is these same sons that will come to be known as The Twelve Tribes of Israel. So let’s take a look at each of the twelve sons and see who they chose as wives. 1. Reuben (Hebrew + Syrian): When the other brothers decided to kill Joseph, it was Reuben that intervened. According to scripture, Reuben slept with Bilhah, but the name of his wife is not mentioned. The sons of Reuben were: Hanoch (Hebrew + Syrian + ?) Phallu (Hebrew