Episode 12 | Jovan Mackenzy, the Parousia, and Eschatology 101

Episode 12 | Jovan Mackenzy, the Parousia, and Eschatology 101

Dustin was gone this week, but somehow we managed to keep the humor for the first segment. Jovan Mackenzy, creator of the original #DatPostmil intro song, joined us to confront our Batman blasphemies from Episode 10. We took his rebuke into consideration and charged forward with some meatier eschatological discourse. In the second segment, we discussed the four primary views concerning the millennium of Revelation 20 (Dispensationalism, Historic Premillennialism, Amillennialism, and Postmillennialism) as well as the origins and history behind those terms. After that we discussed the various views concerning the New Testament use of the Greek term parousia—the “coming” of Christ. We wrapped it all up in the last segment with a brief synopsis of the four basic interpretive frameworks for New Testament prophetic literature (Futurism, Preterism, Historicism, Idealism) and how they relate to the four primary views on the millennium!

Here are some recommended links for further study:

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This week’s music is Jovan’s song All Hail.

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Dustin Ranem
Dustin Ranem brings #DatPostmil as a Digital Marketing Specialist in the frozen tundra that is MinneSnowta with his wife and 3 kids.

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