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[eBook] By Michael S. Heiser - The Bible Unfiltered: Approaching Scripture on Its Own Terms (Was US$11.99) @ Logos


The Bible is mysterious, surprising—and often deeply misunderstood.

In The Bible Unfiltered, Dr. Michael Heiser, an expert in the ancient Near East and author of the best-seller The Unseen Realm, explores the most unusual, interesting, and least understood parts of the Bible and offers insights that will inspire, inform, and surprise you on every page.

Dr. Heiser has helped to remind the church of the supernatural worldview of the Bible. In The Bible Unfiltered, you will see his methods and expertise applied to dozens of specific passages and topics. Gleaned from his years working as Faithlife’s scholar-in-residence, this is some of the very best of Dr. Heiser’s work.

Publisher:Lexham Press, 2017 - Logos.com


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  • +1

    Thanks! Added to my reading list!

  • -5

    Yea, to hell with science and that evolution bs.

    • +2

      Yeah, their science of birds was total bs.
      Leviticus 11:13-19 “‘These are the birds you are to regard as unclean … the stork, any kind of heron, the hoopoe and the BAT.

      • Women on their period are “unclean” per the bible too

    • +1

      The bible doesn't deny science. It's certain people that use the bible to deny science. It was written 2000 years ago. People have learned a lot since then. Some people don't want to see it that way.

      • +3

        If you ask "why is the water boiling?"
        Stating 'The water molecules are being excited to such a degree that they go from a liquid form to a gaseous form" is scientifically correct.
        It is also correct to say "I wanted to make tea"

  • He doesn't really have a doctorate in anything tangible.

    Heiser was born on February 14, 1963,[2][third-party source needed] and raised in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. He was one of seven children.[3][third-party source needed]

    He received an MA in Ancient History from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MA and PhD in the Hebrew Bible and Semitic Languages from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (with a minor in Classical studies).[4][5][third-party source needed]

    • Depends what you mean by tangible I guess. He really knew his stuff when it came to biblical languages. He was a gifted communicator as well, which is unusual for an academic.

    • Seems pretty tangible to his book!

  • The Bible is a 3000 year old selection of transcripts that were poorly translated from Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek and then re-edited for “context”, in many cases changing entirely from its written purpose

  • Here is my version of 'The Bible Unfiltered' (and condensed):

    'Be nice to people, and don't f*** your neighbour's wife.'

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