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Reversing Hermon is a groundbreaking work. It unveils what most in the modern Church have never heard regarding how the story of the sin of the Watchers in 1 Enoch 6-16 helped frame the mission of Jesus, the messiah. Jews of the first century expected the messiah to reverse the impact of the Watchers’ transgression. For Jews of Jesus’ day, the Watchers were part of the explanation for why the world was so profoundly depraved. The messiah would not just revoke
the claim of Satan on human souls and estrangement from God, solving the predicament of the Fall. He would also not only bring the nations back into relationship with the true God by defeating the principalities and powers that governed them. Jews also believed that the messiah would rescue humanity from self-destruction, the catalyst for which was the sin of the Watchers and the influence of what they had taught humankind. The role of Enoch’s retelling of Genesis 6:1-4 in how New Testament writers wrote of Jesus and the cross has been largely lost to a modern audience. Reversing Hermon rectifies that situation. Topics include:
- Understanding Genesis 6:1-4 and the Sin of the Watchers in Their Original Context: How the ancient Mesopotamian story of the apkallu aligns with Gen 6:1-4, was preserved in 1 Enoch, and sets the stage for the theme of reversing the evil of the Watchers.
- How the theme of reversing the transgression of the Watchers colors the gospel accounts of the birth of Jesus, his genealogy, and his ministry.
- How the writings of Peter and Paul allude to the sin of the Watchers and present Jesus as overturning the disastrous effects of their sins against humanity.
- How the descriptions of the antichrist, the end-times Day of the Lord, and the final judgment connect to Genesis 6 and the nephilim.
Though every topic addressed in Reversing Hermon can be found in scholarly academic literature, Reversing Hermon is the first book to gather this information and make it accessible to Bible students everywhere. The book also includes lengthy appendices on the ancient debate on the inspiration of the book of 1 Enoch, New Testament allusions to the book, and academic resources for studying 1 Enoch and the Book of Giants from the Dead Sea Scrolls.
You stand on a battlefield, surrounded by an enemy that you’ve been told doesn’t exist. This is a classic example of a PSYOP—a psychological operation, a mission to change what you believe by feeding you information that is inaccurate, incomplete, or an outright lie. This PSYOP is one of many by entities who’ve been at war with God since the Garden of Eden.
The Bible calls them gods. God Himself calls them gods. But we’ve been taught that they’re imaginary, so we stumble around the battlefield completely unprepared to defend ourselves and the ones we love.
In The Great Inception, you will learn:
- How we know the war between God and the gods is real
- The importance of mountains—and the holy mountain where the final battle will be fought
- Why the Tower of Babel was not in Babylon and the real reason God stopped it
- Where God led His heavenly army to battle the chief god of the Canaanites
- The true identities of Satan and Apollyon, king of the demons in the abyss
- The mystery behind what God meant when He told Abraham about “the sin of the Amorites”
- Why the Red Sea crossing was a literal battle between God and Ba`al (and why a Canaanite god was in Egypt in the first place)
- The startling connections between the Titans of Greek mythology, the Nephilim of Genesis 6, and the people who fought Israel from the time of Moses to the present day
- Where Jesus did battle with the rebel gods
- How the moon-god of ancient Babylon is still influencing world events today
- Where Armageddon will be fought (and why it’s not where you think)
- And a possible end-times scenario that includes the most diabolical double-cross in history
Combining research from scholars of ancient history, languages, archaeology, and Bible prophecy, Derek P. Gilbert shows that the Bible is anything but a boring list of thou-shalt- nots; it’s an epic tale of a war between God and the rebel gods who want to usurp His throne—before He can restore humanity to His holy mountain and the place we once had in the divine council.
The Real Clash of the Titans (DVD)
Bible stories you’ve known since childhood are actually accounts of supernatural war between God and the gods who rebelled. In three paradigm-changing presentations, Derek P. Gilbert, author of The Great Inception, shows where and how these battles took place and the importance of holy mountains to the rebels who conspire to steal the throne of God.
Gilbert also shows, through research into archaeology and ancient languages, that the Titans of Greek myth were real—and that God once did battle with the demigod Hercules.
Also included on this DVD are two hours of exclusive interviews recorded for SkyWatchTV with renowned Bible scholar Dr. Michael S. Heiser, author of the groundbreaking book, Reversing Hermon. Dr. Heiser shows from the Bible that the sin of the angelic Watchers on Mount Hermon, mentioned briefly in the book of Genesis, is far more important to Christians than we have been told. In fact, understanding their sin is key to comprehending the full mission of Jesus Christ.
1. Yahweh vs. the Titans (presentation)
2. Yahweh vs. Hercules (presentation)
3. The Great Inception (presentation)
4. Reversing Hermon Part 1
5. Reversing Hermon Part 2
6. Reversing Hermon Part 3
7. Reversing Hermon Part 4
The Unseen Adversary (mp3 CD)
The pagan gods of the ancient world are real. How can that be true when the Bible says that God is one?
Broadcaster and author Derek P. Gilbert (The Great Inception) and Dr. Michael S. Heiser (Reversing Hermon) explore the unseen realm in seven hours of mind-blowing audio interviews recorded for Derek’s podcast, A View from the Bunker.
From UFOs and “aliens” to the gods who rebelled against their Creator, Gilbert and Heiser analyze a wide range of fascinating topics, but always through a biblical lens.
1. The Divine Council 1:01:47
2. Live from Roswell! 59:30
3. The Unseen Realm 1:06:50
4. The Façade 1:16:36
5. The Portent 1:14:32
6. Reversing Hermon 55:22
7. God’s Holy Mountain 22:06
FREE DELUXE COLLECTOR'S HARDBACK EDITION OF "THE BOOK OF ENOCH"
The Bible, as we hold it today, is esteemed by many religious institutions and especially conservative Christians to be the inspired, inerrant Word of God. This doctrinal position affirms that the Bible is unlike all other books or collections of works in that it is free of error due to having been “given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: that the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works” (2 Timothy 3:16, 17).
While no other text can claim this same unique authority, the Book of Enoch is an ancient Jewish religious work—ascribed by tradition to Enoch, the great-grandfather of Noah—that played a crucial role in forming the worldview of the authors of the New Testament, who were not only familiar with it but quoted it in the New Testament, the Epistle of Jude, Jude 1:14–15, and is attributed there to “Enoch the Seventh from Adam” (1 Enoch 60:8). The text was also utilized by the community that originally collected and studied the Dead Sea Scrolls.
While some churches today include Enoch as part of the biblical canon (for example, the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church and Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church), other Christian denominations and scholars accept it only as having historical or theological noncanonical interest and frequently use or assigned it as supplemental materials within academic settings to help students and scholars discover or better understand the cultural and historical context of the early Christian church. The Book of Enoch is therefore intended to be an important supplemental resource for assisting serious researchers and students in the study of the Bible and the early Church Age.