Revelation: Seeking Discernment Over Speculation with Scot McKnight
“Instead of predicting something, the Book of Revelation gives us a template to discern the presence of political corruption in our world today.”
In this episode, author and theologian Scot McKnight explains the problems with Dispensationalism, a largely 20th century phenomenon, as he guides listeners toward a more practical, Christ-focused approach to the Book of Revelation.
Scot McKnight is known for his books, The Blue Parakeet, A Church Called Tov, The Jesus Creed, and Revelation For The Rest of Us.
Here’s some of what you’ll experience in this episode:
Explore the influence of Dispensationalism on American evangelicalism and its role in interpreting prophetic literature.
Identify potential issues arising from speculative readings of the Book of Revelation and prophetic texts.
Discover how the Book of Revelation serves as a guide for dissident discipleship and resistance.
Understand the significance of Tov in fostering a goodness culture within the church community.
Develop skills in navigating political discipleship and discernment to effectively combat oppressive powers.
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