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  2. Joseph Guth says:

    I am wondering when your The Bible Myth that is True book is going to be published? Is there an early copy possibility?

  3. Mark Davis says:

    Dr. Heiser,

    I’m interested in purchasing your book, Islam and Armageddon, but I can’t find it anywhere. Do you know how I can obtain a copy?


  4. Amber says:

    I know you get so much email but I would so appreciate your comments about the website: ENTEMENANKI. Does the knowledge he shares have anything to do with God writing his message in the heavens (sky)? Is this an interpretation of sorts? I have never been exposed to this special knowlege. Please respond because I am very taken by the site and want to know if it is real or even good?
    Thank you.

  5. winniw elThe Facade>The y says:

    Is your book “The Facade” available. I heard you mention it on The Power Hour.

  6. Aaron says:

    Dr. Heiser,

    Is your book on the divine council still yet to be published? I just heard your views about this 3 days ago and have been searching for it because I believe it is the only way to clean up the scattered parts of my brain :)

    • MSH says:

      The first draft is the only thing that exists.

      The book will be published in print and digital (not by me, but by a real publisher) at some point. Actually having those discussions now. It will need a thorough content edit and then of course copy editing. I’m hoping to have the agreements in place to return to it by year’s end. Can’t say more right now.

  7. onefeather says:

    I really will be glad when the Divine Council comes out in print, it is one of the most exciting articles I have read and want to know/read more. My dad also found it very interesting and very well research and written. It will be something great to buy for friends.

  8. Paul says:

    Last time I emailed you, you reading a book by Dr. Gerald Schroeder(Genesis and the big bang, the science of God etc.) Wondering if you finished it and what you thought of his work. He uses a lot of Hebrew root words. Does he use them correctly? I know you’re busy, you don’t have to go into detail. Just a thumbs up or down. Thanks

    • MSH says:

      short answer on his use of roots: “not really”; pre-scientific writers are not writing science in the Bible. Roots (however one defines that) don’t hold secret physics knowledge. Physicists look at the semantics of a root and them imagine how the semantics can link to their own field = because they’re physicists. The biblical writers weren’t, and so it’s incoherent to say they were intending such meanings.

      The above reflects my view that NO view of creationism is being put forth by the Bible other than to affirm a creator. The Bible doesn’t “do” science. However, the idea it does put forth (creation) is scientifically coherent (witness the large number of scientists in the hard sciences who don’t see their disciplines as hostile to a creation). The Bible is about theological messaging about a creator, not giving us a scientific explanation for what the creator did.

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