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Jon Richardson and the Futurenauts - The Book of Revelations Comedian and professional worrier Jon Richardson doesn’t sleep much at night. The questions he is asking himself in the small, dark hours see to that. Are we going to run out of food? Is it already too late to stop climate change? Should I start learning Mandarin? Are killer death robots from the future already among us? Will my kids grow up to see a real tiger or giraffe? Why hasn’t anyone yet made an intelligent hairbrush? Oh the ...
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The fundamental message of the book of Revelation is simple. It promises that God will institute universal peace, prosperity and cooperation over all the earth immediately after the return of Jesus Christ. It reveals how this wonderful new world will be established and why it will never be destroyed or superseded by any other way of life or social order. Listen to this audiobook or read other Bible study aids online at ucg.org/booklets.
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Can the book of Revelation really be understood amidst all the prophetic language and mysterious symbols? How is it relevant to the 21st century? What is the controversy between good and evil all about? How and when will it end? These and many other questions will be answered, providing amazing clarity to the conditions we see in our world today. This seminar will bring you face to face with Jesus in a new and wonderful way, leading you to the most momentous decisions of your life. Welcome t ...
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The Mysterious Book of Revelation as a map of the developing human consciousness. It describes how human beings are becoming more conscious and differently conscious. At the same time some human beings resist this change in consciousness to the point where they risk becoming automatons. The War of All against All can take place within us as we strive to harmonize the different forces necessary to become conscious human beings. These podcasts are a reading of the chapters of the book. The who ...
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Jesus is coming again! There are three times as many prophecies in the Bible concerning the second coming of Jesus than there are prophecies concerning His first coming. In the book of Revelation, God pulls back the curtain and allows us to have a glimpse of things that are to come. He shows us the Judgments, the Antichrist, the False Prophet, the rise and fall of the one-world economic and political system, and the Battle of Armageddon, to name a few scenes. But He also shows us how He resc ...
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In this episode, we begin our journey through an understanding of the letters to the seven churches in Asia Minor. We begin in Revelation 2:1-7 considering some of the amazing Biblical background to the ciry of Ephesus, pondering the question, "Will the lights go out in Ephesus?" If you wish to contact me with any comments, questions, suggestions, …
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Jesus went through three "doorways" in His experience of death and resurrection. Besides the cross and His rising, He seems to have done some visiting around. Here's how Peter states it in his first epistle: "For Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh but…
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Revelation 1:20 "As for the mystery of the seven stars that you saw in my right hand, and the seven golden lampstands, the seven stars are the angels of the seven churches". Who are the "angels of the seven churches"? Are they representative of the pastors of the churches? Perhaps they are supernatural beings? We seek to answer these questions in t…
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Revelation 1:16 reads, “In his right hand he held seven stars, from his mouth came a sharp two-edged sword, and his face was like the sun shining in full strength” Having previously discussed this verse in a prior episode, we take a bit of a deeper dive (in a different group setting) as well as some notable group participation as lights were coming…
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In this episode, we contimue to consider the apostle John's response to the vision of Jesus while imprisoned on the isle of Patmos. In considering his response we dive into a frequent Biblical phenomenon - that of God's transcendence and His imminence, and how often these two seemingly juxtaposed concepts are presented in harmony to one another in …
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In this episode, we begin to consider the apostle John's response to the vision of Jesus while imprisoned on the isle of Patmos. In considering his response we begin to dive into a frequent Biblical phenomenon - that of God's transcendence and His imminence, and how often these two seemingly juxtaposed concepts are presented in harmony to one anoth…
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Back (finally) for a final finale of season five, Ed, Jon and Mark get stuck into gardening for the climate crisis, celebs in Vegas and their forthcoming festival headliner slot, with all the usual rambunctiousness you - dear listeners - have hopefully come to love and respect 😉 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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In this episode, we dive pretty deep into Revelation 1:16 and join John in his vision of Jesus while imprisoned on the isle of Patmos. As John gazes into the heavenly vision, he sees Jesus with a sharp, two-edged sword coming from His mouth. Further, he sees Jesus' face shining as the sun in full strength. These two concepts when woven together pre…
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We continue to probe into the depths of understanding John's great first vision of Revelation - His vision of Jesus Christ. As we delve deeper into John's mammoth vision of Jesus Christ, (his first & introductory vision), we address the theme of spiritual vision, both in terms of a personal experience of vision (that every believer has to one degre…
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Its all the craze among the billionaire class, leading the rest of us to ask, "what do they know that we do not?" Jesus addresses the spirit behind the self-preservation of the billionaire class in Luke 12:16-21. We briefly address the issue in this short episode. If you wish to contact me with any comments, questions, suggestions, etc please feel …
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We begin to probe into the depths of understanding John's great first vision of Revelation - His vision of Jesus Christ. Questions raised in this live episode: How did John endure persecution? What can we learn from his experience. Also, what is it to understand the Bible as it was intended, via spiritual perception? If you wish to contact me with …
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If God knows all things, why pray? This is a valid question which needs an adequate, scriptural and thoughtful answer. In this episode, we also do a comparative analysis of the prayer life of the Apostle Paul and compare it to our own prayer experience. If you wish to contact me with any comments, questions, suggestions, etc please feel free to wri…
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In this episode, we consider the phrase at the end of Revelation 1:4, "The seven spirits of God". In so doing we take a journey into some new and interesting aspects of the Holy Spirit not typically found in most studies of the kind. We are introduced in this episode a view of the Holy Spirit through the eyes of the book of Revelation. If you wish …
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In this live class discussion we address the question, "are humans comprised of 3 parts (body, soul, spirit) or 2 parts (body, soul/spirit)?" If you wish to contact me with any comments, questions, suggestions, etc please feel free to write to my email: jmrgrs9@gmail.comDi Jim
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In this episode, we explore the phrase in Revelation 1:4, "He who is, who was and who is to come", along with verse 8, "I am the alpha and the omega". We examine the topics related to the eternality of God and the mortality of mankind, examining the phenomena of the near-death experience. If you wish to contact me with any comments, questions, sugg…
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In this live podcast episode, we revisit Revelation 1:1 in order to take a deeper look at the phrase, "the things which must soon come to pass." If you wish to contact me with any comments, questions, suggestions, etc please feel free to write to my email: jmrgrs9@gmail.comDi Jim
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A brief, informal (live) discussion where we examine the merits of two seemingly opposing theological trends to determine which view has the most merit biblically. If you wish to contact me with any comments, questions, suggestions, etc please feel free to write to my email: jmrgrs9@gmail.comDi Jim
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If a child "makes decision" early in life, then falls away to a rebellious lifestyle, Is that child saved? In other words is OSAS true, or not? We employ a principle (thank you Dr. Michael Heiser) known as "believing loyalty" to help answer the question that plagues many minds and hearts. Can we KNOW for certain that we are saved. This brief (live)…
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In this episode, we take another look at the vision of Jesus presented to John as found in Revelation 1:11-20. Our specific focus in this episode is that of John's response to the vision of Christ as found primarily in Revelation 1:17. In addition, we take alook at the practical relevance of John's vision of Jesus in our lives? Are we people of vis…
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In this episode, we take another look at the vision of Jesus presented to John as found in Revelation 1:11-20. Our specific focus in this episode is that of John's response to the vision of Christ as found primarily in Revelation 1:17. These podcast episodes glean from these primary sources: Beale, G.K., The Book of Revelation, 1998 Hendriksen, Wil…
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In this episode, we take another look at the vision of Jesus presented to John as found in Revelation 1:11-20. We consider specifically the scope or range of this vision, asking the question, "to whom was the vision intended?" (besides John himself). These podcast episodes glean from these primary sources: Beale, G.K., The Book of Revelation, 1998 …
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In this episode, we take a look at the vision of Jesus presented to John as found in Revelation 1:11-20. Our specific focus in this episode is theme or central idea of the vision of Christ as found in these verses. These podcast episodes glean from these primary sources: Beale, G.K., The Book of Revelation, 1998 Hendriksen, William, More Than Conqu…
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In this episode, we consider the theme of the great Day of Judgment as it is introduced in Revelation 1:7 These podcast episodes glean from these primary sources: Beale, G.K., The Book of Revelation, 1998 Hendriksen, William, More Than Conquerors, 1979 Heiser, Michael, John's Use of the Old Testament in the Book of Revelation, 2021 Brooks, Richard,…
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In this episode, we continue our exposition of the book of Revelation, covering chapter 1:4-8. Our topic is "The Trinitarian Greeting". John is hearing the angel describe to him the great introduction of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit just prior to his great opening vision of the person of the glorified Jesus found in v 10-20. These podcas…
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In this episode, we begin our actual exposition of the book of Revelation, starting at chapter 1:1 We briefly consider the importance of the first five words of the text, and then look in some detail at the phrase, "the things which must soon come to pass", as an important temporal clue as to how the book is to be interpreted. These podcast episode…
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In this episode, we examine the two major divisions of the Book of Revelation, chapters 1-11 and chapters 12-22. We notice that these two major divisions reflect that surface account of the struggle between the church and the world, (chapters 1-11) and then the behind-the-scenes players or forces that engage in this same conflict (chapters 12-22). …
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In this episode, we consider three additional arguments in support of parallelism as the organizing principle of the book of Revelation. The three arguments are: NUMEROLOGICAL TIME-PERIODS COSMIC GEOGRAPHY GLOBALISM AS A REBELLION These podcast episodes glean from these primary sources: Beale, G.K., The Book of Revelation, 1998 Hendriksen, William,…
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In this episode, we take a broad scan look at the seven parallel, but progressive sections of the book of Revelation. 1. Christ in the Midst of the Lampstands (1 – 3) 2. The Vision of Heaven and the Seals (4 – 7) 3. The Seven Trumpets (8 – 11) 4. The Persecuting Dragon (12– 14) 5. The Seven Bowls (15– 16) 6. The Fall of Babylon (17– 19) 7. The Grea…
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Deeper into introductory considerations. The timeless relevance of the book of Revelation. We go from the IMAX to the flight simulator. These podcast episodes glean from these primary sources: Beale, G.K., The Book of Revelation, 1998 Hendriksen, William, More Than Conquerors, 1979 Heiser, Michael, John's Use of the Old Testament in the Book of Rev…
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Introductory considerations #2. The four prominent systems of interpreting the book of Revelation: HISTORICISM PRETERISM FUTURISM IDEALISM These podcast episodes glean from these primary sources: Beale, G.K., The Book of Revelation, 1998 Hendriksen, William, More Than Conquerors, 1979 Heiser, Michael, John's Use of the Old Testament in the Book of …
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Introductory considerations vital to understanding the book of Revelation. In this episode, we consider the majesty, purpose and theme of the book of Revelation. We are introduced also to the "IMAX" of the Bible. These podcast episodes glean from these primary sources: Beale, G.K., The Book of Revelation, 1998 Hendriksen, William, More Than Conquer…
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Jon creates a celebrity quiz for Ed and Mark to test their popular cultural knowledge, everyone valiantly attempts to create uplifting moments and we find out what it feels like to be touched by the finger of God Get in touch with the show with any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss; Hello@jonandthefuturenauts.com Thanks, Jon, Ed, and Mar…
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With special guest the ‘Godfather of Sustainability’ John Elkington the boys dig into the nitty gritty of what it feels like to write your first paper on climate change back in 1978, why we need not to dismiss ‘blowing up pipelines’ and the horrors of pecha kucha… Get in touch with the show with any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss; Hel…
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With special (self-invited!) guests veteran vets Jen Gale and Justine Shotton, the boys dig into the prospects for our feathered, furry and scaled friends. Are our pets eating us out of planet and home? Should we simply eat our pets? And what do you do with 22M UK cat and dog poops a DAY? Get in touch with the show with any questions or topics you'…
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Insurance industry doom loops, cat-trained humans and Mark’s poetry debut all feature in a listener feedback special with that potty-mouthed dirty little moron and the other two… Get in touch with the show with any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss; Hello@jonandthefuturenauts.com TWITTER: @JANDTHEF Thanks, Jon, Ed, and Mark. A 'Keep it L…
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The nation’s favourite leathery berry is at risk! Join Jon, Mark, Ed and special guest Emma Stewart-Smith of Bioversity International for a banana boat voyage through spider bites, monkey peeling techniques and songs about bent yellow fruit Get in touch with the show with any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss; Hello@jonandthefuturenauts.…
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With special guest award-winning ‘Carbon Diaries’ author Saci Lloyd, Jon, Ed and Mark dig into the dilemmas and tensions of talking apocalypse with young people, become anally-fixated and in the process denigrate an entire nation. Also features wild boar impressions. Get in touch with the show with any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss; …
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S5 EP5: Jon reveals just how Machiavellian he can be in the pursuit of looking like the good guy… and why the answer to almost everything is probably a beer…. Get in touch with the show with any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss; Hello@jonandthefuturenauts.com TWITTER: @JANDTHEF Thanks, Jon, Ed, and Mark. A 'Keep it Light Media' Producti…
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S5 EP4: Keeping our shit together, the point of public inquiries, and how not to record an outro Get in touch with the show with any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss; Hello@jonandthefuturenauts.com TWITTER: @JANDTHEF Thanks, Jon, Ed, and Mark. A 'Keep it Light Media' Production All enquiries: hello@keepitlightmedia.com Learn more about …
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