church March 16, 2019 Spirits that are Tormenting Believers Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleDIG DEEPER INTO THE BIBLE Next articleIs St. Patrick’s Day Wrong? 11 Comments Reply March 16, 2019 Troy Day Link Hudson Isara Mo I believe those to be the 70 Heiser passes as sons of the gods, 2nd, 3rd and so 4th yhwh and other false gods, el diabolo, el pablo, el honcho, lost souls, los baptistocaleros and many other familiar spirits Reply March 17, 2019 Isara Mo Troy Day Not El chapo?..😁 Reply March 17, 2019 Link Hudson That is not what the article by Heiser you sent me to says. It was about the idea of the angel of the LORD in certain passages being Yahweh but distinct from Yahweh in a since. He identified the Angel of the Lord as the preincarnate Jesus. Justin Martyr agreed with that. But Heiser considered this angel of the Lord to have a kind of regent role over the divine council, made up of created beings, members of the heavenly hosts referred to elsewhere as the sons of God. If the sons of God referred to in Job rejoiced when God laid the foundation of the earth, how could they have been men, made from the dust of the earth? Did tou actually read the Geiser article you referred me to? If you have not, your previously posts make more sense. You seem to misunderstand and misrepresent Heiser’s viees. I am not saying I agreed with all of tgem, btw. But I notice you to the same with my ciews. Reply March 17, 2019 Troy Day This has nothing to do with Heiser Link When did you turn to one trick pony? Reply March 17, 2019 Link Hudson Troy Day you brought up Heiser. Read the article Heiser you referred me to…that you asked me to read that was supposed to support your comments and concern about them. I do not think ypu have, or that if you did you do not recall or understand. Also in the videos I watched for a day or two combined with that article, I see he considered the preincarnate Logos to be untreated and divine, but the other ‘sons of God’ to be created beings, and in certain contexts to be members of the heavenly host. Heiser draws from a cultural historical approach which would take the divine council regerences to be similar to what Israelites in the ANE would interpret it to mean. Hence interpreting it to be similar to the council if hods in Canaanite religion (feels yucky writing that honestly). Ugarit discoveries were from many centuries prior, though, a possible weakness of this approach. Reply March 17, 2019 Troy Day I am happy to see you now posting NOT during church hours Reply March 17, 2019 Link Hudson Troy Day My church meets later than yours. I have posted during parking lot ministry duty in the past as I recall. Not much going on out there. Reply March 17, 2019 Troy Day during parking lot ministry duty? low day? Reply March 17, 2019 Link Hudson Troy Day Leading a small group, supposed to be working with new believer’s class soon, and still on the usher team, with occasional parking lot duty as part of the usher team. Thank God for those with the actual gift of service. Reply March 17, 2019 Troy Day so that’s where you get your parking lot theology from Seems to be similar to bumper sticker and so forth Reply March 17, 2019 Link Hudson I do not think i have much in the way of parking lot theology beyond the two greatest commandments. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Leave a Reply to Link Hudson Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.