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The Seeker Vol.9

Updated: May 4


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Blurry Con Takeaways

While our Bible Mysteries Declassified: Debriefing 2023 video is receiving its final

edits for downloading, Scott had the privilege of attending Blurry Con in Nashville, Tennessee! Nate and Luke of the Blurry Creatures podcast put on an excellent conference, and Scott shares his takeaways with you.

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The Sins of the Father

I have slowly come to better understand the reality of the spiritual battle we face in Ephesians 6:12. Many years of focusing on Bible doctrine caused me to only pay lip service to the idea that “we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers.” I have always acknowledged this battle, but I never conceived of it as spiritual wickedness physically manifesting itself. The Lord is revealing to me just how physical these principalities truly are!

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Brother Scott Answers Your Question

Hey Scott,

I was under the impression that the Book of Enoch was part of the original canon of the Bible but was removed by the Council of Laodicea in A.D. 364. Is this true? If it is true, do you think it was removed for nefarious reasons? That’s my guess. On the other hand, I think God preserved His Word. I go back and forth on this. The book of Enoch explains so much of this lost ancient technology and the monolithic structures we have worldwide. How I was taught the pyramids were constructed doesn’t make any sense. There is no way they carved those stones by hand, let alone moved them. Some of those stones are 1500 tons or 3,000,000 lbs. Can you imagine trying to move those with ropes? lol. Let’s say each person can pull or push 100 lbs: that’s 30,000 people to move that rock. Also, with friction, it would probably take more to move it. I don’t think we could build the pyramids today, even with our technology.

Keep up the great work,


Hi, Brent.

I am unaware that the Book of Enoch was ever accepted by the Hebrew scholars as a part of the Torah or Tanakh. Many apocryphal books are historically significant and may have been fully known by the Jews, but I don’t know if they were ever considered Holy Scripture. I believe the Hebrew Canon of Scriptures was codified around 400 BC and essentially comprises the Masoretic Text. The excluded books were always considered controversial long before the Council of Laodicea.

I don’t know if these books were excluded for nefarious reasons by any of the canon councils. I know the Council of Nicea was to stop Alexandrian or gnostic heresies from infiltrating the church. I suspect the other councils had similar goals: to keep the gospel and scriptures pure from the many heresies that surrounded the church.

I happily use the apocryphal books to help illustrate points, but I don’t rely on them as Scripture. It’s fun to speculate, and I do give the Book of Enoch a bit more weight since it’s literally cited in Jude and 2 Peter. However, I always rely on the preserved Word of God for doctrinal positions.

I do agree with you that Enoch carries much strength to explain the pyramids, advanced technologies, and other things in the ancient world that modern archeologists deny! It’s also the only source of understanding where demons come from. It is valuable, therefore, and historically significant. However, I won’t stake my life on it!



Hi, Scott

I was thinking… (yes, I do that a lot) that there was a time when I could go to Bible study as often as there was a group meeting. I attended services twice on Sunday. I loved it! Now life has changed, and the World has changed. It’s a little harder to attend church as often as I once did. The Church (at least my church and many I have attended) are not conducting services more than once on Sunday, and in most churches, it’s hard to find them even having a prayer meeting during the week.

What happened to the inconvenience of serving God? The Sacrifice of reaching the lost? Today there isn't much available for people to find Jesus other than a church whose doors are locked most of the time. Today the world is hurting. The world needs healing. The world needs prayer. Most of all, the world needs Jesus! The World needs light to shine through the darkness to guide them to the narrow road.

The “Christian” community has lost its way. We have become a part of the world and don’t even see it. We have become blind and fearful of sharing Jesus with others. We keep Jesus to ourselves like a child who selfishly refuses to share their candy. We have locked God in a box!

I am gonna pray that the “coffee houses” reopen. I am gonna pray that the tent revival meetings start again. I am gonna pray that God raises up street preachers and places th