Doug Van Dorn

Doug Van Dorn
Welcome to my webpage.
I'm a Christian, husband, father, Coloradoan, pastor, published author, blogger, radio host, CEO of Waters of Creation Publishing, mountain climber, and more.

Have fun looking around

*** Even Newer Book ***

“The Angel of the Lord is a masterful work of biblical and pastoral theology, and a much-needed apologetic. The question, “Who is the Angel of the Lord” plagues believers and unbelievers alike, and the answer is much more than a healing balm for the doubting. Rare is the book that would fit well on the shelf of both the professional scholar and the armchair theologian.”

~ VODDIE BAUCHAM (D.MIN., D.D.), Dean at African Christian University, pastor, Founder & President of Voddie Baucham Ministries

*** NEW BOOK ***

It's time to have a frank conversation about conspiracy theories. This book is not about specific conspiracies, but rather is a serious look at the phrase from a definitional, historical, biblical, and Christian point of view. The main goal is to come to some helpful conclusions on how a Christian can remain sane in a world of conspiracy theories. And, we’ll have some fun along the way


Other Books

I am the author of several books on Christian theology including the best selling Giants: Sons of the Gods, Covenant Theology, Baptism, Galatians, Christ in the Old Testament, and the Q & A Companion to Dr. Michael Heiser's best selling supernatural game-changer The Unseen Realm. I have recently edited a series of books on Christ in the Old Testament.

Host and Guest


Various podcasts cover many of the book topics.

I also co-hosted the radio show Journey's End heard on KRKS 94.7 in Denver.


Og Blog

The Og Blog deals with some very strange, supernatural things in the Bible and history, from a Reformed Baptist point of view. No really. We can talk about those kinds of things too. It is also just my regular old blog where I talk about anything I want. I also blog for the Decablog.


Reformed Baptist Church of Northern Colorado

I helped to start RBCNC in 2002. I am blessed and thankful to still be part of this church. I hold the M.Div. from Denver Seminary (2001). In 2015 I helped start the Reformed Baptist NetworkUnfortunately, this is not our building, but I can dream.


Colorado 14ers

Born in Colorado, my roots that go back to my pioneer ancestors in the 1800s. I love my heritage and my state, so much so that I decided I wanted to see it from the top. So in 1986 at age 16, I embarked on a 13 year quest to climb all of its 14,000 ft. peaks. Since then, I have also climbed Mt. Rainier and Mt. Shasta.