Holy Week: Betraying the Forgiver

This week, we at Seers See are reflecting on the most supernatural week in history. One of the most startling events in the week leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection was the betrayal by one of his closest friends and trusted confidant. Traditionally, Judas Iscariot is remembered to have agreed with the Temple priests to betray Jesus on the…

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Modern Fantasy Fiction and Teens, Part 2

In Part 1, I revealed my thinking about teens and Christians in general reading fantasy fiction. In this post, I’ll lay out some recommendations, as well as the reasons I’m recommending them.  In some ways, my list makes me feel a bit of a curmudgeon, because they are the fantasy fiction released in previous generations.  Isn’t that just like an…

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Modern Fantasy Fiction and Teens, Part 1

Many parents, especially Christian parents, have expressed concern with their kids reading a lot of modern fantasy fiction. Witches, vampires, zombies, werewolves, wizards… are stories with these as characters safe to read? Are there alternatives, especially for teenagers who like to read? A friend posted a similar question in a Facebook group we belong to, and many responses can be…

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The Point of the Christmas Star

The most influential Christian theologian of all time was the Jewish scholar, the Apostle Paul.  His brilliant mind was sharpened by the best education of his day and his theology was radically shaped by personal encounters with Jesus. The Creation Declared the King! One of Paul’s frustrations was the refusal of so many of his own people to recognize Jesus as their…

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The Christmas Story: What Goes Without Being Said

The 7 or so weeks that end the year constitute my family’s favorite season: It’s Christmas time and a great reason to review the biblical accounts of Jesus’ birth. We milk the season for all its glory.  My wife collects…. can you guess what? Read the Christmas Story for the First Time In the last few years, I’ve been learning to…

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Review of Elf: A Tale about the Gospel

Fairy Tales and Myths As explained in this previous post, I accept J.R.R. Tolkien’s and C.S. Lewis’ take on the meaning of myths and the nature of fairy tales.  Since Tolkien and Lewis were two of the most brilliant storytellers in the last few centuries of the English language, their insight into fairy tales, myths, and stories is worth considering. I think…

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Mental Health and the Supernatural

I recently spoke with a seer who is seeing a mental health therapist.  Many of the seers I speak to see therapists to deal with mental health struggles. It’s very difficult for people who regularly see into the spirit realm and the unseen war around us to cope in “normal” ways with reality, as defined in our Western scientific materialist culture….

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Finding God in a Culture Obsessed with Star Wars

As explained in this previous post, the first key to accurately discerning God’s voice requires you to truly know who God is and this can be extremely difficult in our Star Wars-obsessed culture. Actually, the obsession with Star Wars is an indicative symptom of something deeper going on in society. As ediaore people are coming to terms with the supernatural…

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Recognizing God’s Voice

Note: what follows is an excerpt from a chapter in a forthcoming book on living in the Kingdom of God. If you want to keep abreast on developments, sign up for updates. Tone Deaf in a Supernatural World In January, 1534, a very unique baker entered an important city in Germany. This baker was unique because he claimed a unique property:…

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