A lot of people think of the Bible as a rule book. They read it from their perspective and time period. It's a supernatural book that should be approached on its own terms.
I've become quite a fan of Michael S. Heiser's work. Some books are heavily footnoted theological tomes that make my head hurt. Others are like a series of essays or articles, like the one I'll review today. It answers the challenge that the Bible is boring.
I learned an interesting concept about salvation a few years ago. It made sense in light of Jesus, always calling people to follow him. This concept is believing loyalty.
"The truth about demons is far stranger--and even more fascinating--than what's commonly believed.