The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

The four horsemen of the apocalypse are incredibly terrifying both on a visual level and a theological level. But understood correctly, it’s not quite as theologically concerning as you might think—you just need to see it in the light John is painting. And that’s what we address in today’s message on the 1208PODCAST. Listen to this…

The Lion is the Lamb

We often sing songs about God being a lion and a lamb. This is all well and good as the Bible likens God to a lion throughout, but in John’s Revelation, there is no lion to be found. Yes, a lion is announced, but when John turns to see him, it is, in fact, a…

Revelation Q&A 1

Revelation is a very confusing book, but it’s more understandable than you might think if you come at it from the perspective of the scholars and theologians who know it best. In this introduction to our new series, Jamin invites to see this book as letter, prophecy, and apocalypse. He then answers any questions people…

The Genres of Revelation

Revelation is a strange book—so strange that I’ve basically ignored it for my entire life. I was turned off by it for several reasons:  The violence. Again, the violence. Weird interpretations. Revelation code-crackers. Left Behind’s exciting, yet confusing take. The 8 million ways you can interpret everything. The violence. Yet despite everything that Revelation had…

Introduction to Revelation

Since many who expressed interest were missing for our introductory class on Revelation, we’ve recreated it on the 1208PODCAST so that you can get caught up to speed before you join in! The first part of the episode is an introduction to the book of Revelation and the second part is a look at Revelation…