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Godzilla, Mothra, and Gamera are all well-known kaiju in Japanese stories and movies. These strange creatures, often of enormous size, tend to bring chaos along with them wherever they go. Intriguingly enough, kaiju-like beings can be found throughout the Bible in creatures such as Leviathan, Rahab, and Behemoth. 

But what exactly are these beings? Are they mythical? Are they symbolic? Are they supernatural beings? Were they living creatures that existed long ago? Or do they still exist today, hidden from us? Can all of these questions even be concretely answered? 

Pastor Jamin Bradley takes the perspectives of many different scholars into account in attempts to help us find the real significance behind these creatures.

©2019 Jamin Bradley (P)2019 Jamin Bradley

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A serious look at Levithan in the Bible

A serious look at the Leviathan and Behemoth mentioned in the Bible. It may sound like an odd choice for a book, I found this very insightful and incredibly well thought out. Jamin does a great job both writing and narrating his own book. I found his narration brought it to life in a great way and pulled me in even more than if I had just read it. There is a bunch of information here and I really thing I learned something coming out of this.