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…

Familiar and Foreign

There is a narrative theologians know well that pastors often fear to address—a piece of the story that seems just a smidge too far to be preachable to an enlightened world. Moving from Earth to Heaven may sound odd, but it has enough logic to it that it might be heard: “We go from matter…

Caring for the Earth

Since Revelation is not proposing that in the end we leave Earth to rot and burn, but that it will be redeemed and made new, we should really start to care more about our little planet. Rather than turn Revelation into predictions about when God’s coming back, we should start to use it to recognize…

On Earth As In Heaven

The problem with physical bodies is that they don’t belong in the spiritual realm, for the spiritual realm is for spirits. So if Paul truly believed that Christians would be taking on new imperishable bodies raised in glory and power (1 Corinthians 15), then how did he expect this to all work out on paper?…

Earth in Context

The universe is big—like, 2 trillion galaxies big. And that’s just an estimate if there is in fact only one universe. At 1208-Bit this week I took us on a journey through the cosmos to see just how vast God’s creation is. Check out this podcast episode on 1208GREENWOOD’s webpage or simply subscribe to the…