By Michael J. Kok This is part of my classroom lectures handouts
The impact of apocalyptic thought in popular culture: Left Behind Series
The origins of the pre-tribulation rapture in the dispensationalist system of Charles Nelson Darby (1800-1882) and popularized by the Scofield Reference Bible. A scholarly form of progressive dispensationalism is best represented at Dallas
By Ben S. Yesterday by invitation, I attended the first known joint press conference between the LDS Church and its cousin, the Community of Christ (formerly known as the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or RLDS.) The occasion was the release of the 2-part 3rd volume in the Revelations and
By Timothy There are few books in the Bible that are as difficult and cause such disagreement in interpretation than the book of Revelation. All one has to do is either turn on the TV to a local televangelist or search any online bookseller to see how Revelation can be used
By Joel L. Watts I like oil. I’m still experimenting. And I do Thai for myself. I call it “I’m staying”
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Praying in God’s Theater, Meditations On the Book of Revelation,
By Deane Over eight videos, Harold W. Attridge (Yale Divinity School) and David L. Bartlett (Yale Divinity School) discuss the book of Revelation.
The conversation is part of the Yale Bible Study Series presented in cooperation with The Congregational Church of New Canaan in New Canaan, CT.
The videos are accompanied by study
By James F. McGrath This came my way via Facebook, and I thought I would share it here. I appreciate the irony that, by speaking falsely about the Book of Revelation and other parts of the Bible, and consistently being wrong about the future, many of the end-times focused Christians do indeed seem to
By Daniel N. Gullotta Originally posted on Biblical Studies Online:Professor Elaine Pagels (Princeton University) delivered a talk on April 11, 2014, at the Facing History and Ourselves’ Day of Learning, “Confronting Evil in Individuals and Societies”. Pagels explains that many interpretations of evil throughout history are inspired by the Book of Revelation, and she
By Deane Professor Elaine Pagels (Princeton University) delivered a talk on April 11, 2014, at the Facing History and Ourselves’ Day of Learning, “Confronting Evil in Individuals and Societies”.
Pagels explains that many interpretations of evil throughout history are inspired by the Book of Revelation, and she uses artistic depictions to describe the
By Jack Douglas I always assumed the foundation of a wall would be a long uniform trench, but that doesn’t seem to be consistent with the description of the foundations of the New Jerusalem given in Revelation 21:
12It had a great, high wall, with twelve gates, and at the gates twelve