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Episode 410: White Privilege, Cancel Culture, & Reading Revelation with Juan Hernandez




With the world being rocked by a pandemic and protests, many are seeing signs of the end times predicted by the Bible. Are they right? Some say they are misreading the signs. Others argue they’re misreading the Bible itself. Biblical scholar, Dr. Juan Hernandez, is back to discuss the right way—and the wrong way—to engage one of the most mysterious, and misread, book in the Bible.


Also this week, what does “white privilege” actually mean and why do so many people react to the term? Evangelicals are upset about “cancel culture” but did they actually invent it? And learn how to avoid paying a farting fine in Austria. (Hint—it’s all about intestinal intent.)




15 comentários


Ericka J I
Ericka J I
20 de jul. de 2020

well, as someone whos church has a LOT of resources and studies on revelation (and daniel, as they are talking about the same things) i was pleased to know that i dont have any problems with anything Juan said! sometimes tho i felt he could have gone a tiny bit farther, but that might have been intention or it might just be as far as hes gotten so far... if you take some of the things symbolically, seas = people, so the beasts come up out of the people. and yes, babylon = rome of course (but that doesnt mean that any catholic, for example, is babylon right now.) revelation doesnt end up being that terribly complicated, especially when you lie…

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Tom Brantner
Tom Brantner
02 de jul. de 2020

I haven’t listened to the podcast for this week yet but I was disappointed with how you handled the Chris Hodges story. There is way more to this story that him liking a few tweets. I have read several of Chris’s books (The Daniel Dilemma is a great read) and heard him speak and I was surprised by the story of the tweets. That isn’t who I believed him to be it seemed out of character. The following week at his church he preached a great sermon (“Becoming One”) on what he had learned. He humbled himself and admitted his mistake in what I believed to be a sincere way. I’d encourage you to listen to his message and follow…


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Hi, when y'all mention books in the episode can you link them or mention them in the episode comments? I think you mentioned 2 Bibles in this episode and I wanted to look them up. Thanks!


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Joseph Young
Joseph Young
01 de jul. de 2020

I'm a long time fan of Skye...but I had to chuckle and cringe a little bit every time I heard him refer to the "Black Lives Matters" movement (as opposed to "Black Lives Matter"). I'm sure I was probably the only one who even noticed it, but nevertheless I could not supress the grammar nazi within me. In any case, keep up the good work, guys. Your podcast is a breath of fresh air.

Curtir

Love your thoughtful, authentic, down the center, ask and wrestle through hard questions approach. I've learned so much and your podcasts have forced lots of self-reflection and discussion in my circle. But please get rid of "news of the butt" and other similar news (ie: the bit on cats and intestinal wind). Your opening discussion of current events followed by guests can definitely stand on its own and the "news" just dumbs it down.

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