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Equal parts "Mad Max" and "The Stand," this post apocalyptic saga is set in a world 15 years after the collapse of the world as we know it. A brother and sister grow up in rural Maine and unwittingly embark on a adventure to save the City from the religious zealots and ruthless military fight for control over the fallen world. An epic serialized audio drama adventure with 30+ actors, cinematic sound design and original music. Winner of Mark Time Award for sci-fi audio and finalist in Romania ...
 
The Apocalyptic Gospel Podcast explores the Gospel as a first-century Jew would have understood it. A conversation about the Gospel, the Kingdom of God, or the Day of the Lord in the first century would have evoked a body of ideas not immediately present with a simple word study of these terms. In this weekly podcast, Bill, John, and Josh mine the Torah, Biblical Prophets, and Second Temple writings for the origin and development of these ideas as we help give context to this first-century J ...
 
Rhamuel and the last of his family, Abranyah, travel their barren world, shack to shack, selling tinctures to keep a full belly and evading the dogmatists to keep their throats safe. Time has turned funny after The Whatever, an apocalyptic event that few remember and even fewer can explain, danger now as commonplace as the unrecognizable relics of war, and the madman Aphulan—along with an iron rule over his small township—may hold the answers. With a cure for The Sick and a passion to uncove ...
 
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It's another livestreamed episode this week as we welcome special guest Val to the show for the first time! Val, also known as 8BitVal on her popular Twitch channel, is the one who edits these fine podcasts, manages our social media, and even occasionally writes for the site. Our topics include the latest Army of the Dead and Godzilla Singular Poin…
 
Guest content from Realm. Part podcast studio, part magical refuge, Realm is the audio entertainment company that creates original fiction podcasts and audiobook series, including official continuations of popular franchises. The mysticism and intrigue of the Bermuda Triangle has just turned personal for Admiral David Segarra: his former ship, the …
 
In this episode we interview our dear friend David Gordon, pastor of People’s Church in Burlington, North Carolina. David has been in full-time ministry for over 30 years and shares some of the experiences, challenges, and successes that have accompanied his journey in the Jewish apocalyptic framework for the Gospel. Pastor David gives us practical…
 
This week we decided to try something different by streaming the recording of the podcast live on our Twitch channel. There were a few bugs here and there, but overall it was fun! We definitely plan to do it again, so if you're interested in watching us stumble over our words, tune in to our Twitch channel on Tuesdays at 5 p.m. ET. As for this epis…
 
This week, Steph, Derek, and Shawn discuss all the week's latest post-apocalyptic news and talk about some big changes on the website this week. Our topics include: - Apocalypse Junction is our brand new hub on Facebook for all things post-apocalyptic. Check it out and look for a side group that covers your favorite topic from there. Right now we h…
 
In this special episode, John, Bill, and Josh discuss a pet project of theirs: the Nag Hammadi Library. As we prepare for season 2 of our podcast, join us for this profound episode as we express the depths of revelation and keep the kingdom from withering within us.
 
This week, the podcast gang is back to discuss all the week's latest post-apocalyptic news, including: - Shawn plays show-and-tell with his Fallout 4-inspired prepper cabin/writer's nook in his back yard. Just don't call it a mancave! - Ashwalkers is releasing soon, and it sounds amazing - Derek wasn't impressed with The Platform movie - Paradise L…
 
A sample of a new series from our sister podcast, THE DARK TOME. UNDERTOW takes place 18 months after the end of Dark Tome Season 2. As the world tries to reconcile the inexplicable occurrences in Simpson Falls, Maine, Simpson Falls native and investigative reporter Tony Baxter, is called on assignment. But as Tony starts to dig underneath the surf…
 
In this episode, we discuss practical points on how disciples live out and proclaim the gospel (as a first century Jew would have understood it) in light of the coming Kingdom of God, the resurrection of the dead, and the Day of the Lord. As we conclude season 1 of our podcast, we wanted to take an entire episode to discuss how the theological cont…
 
In this week's episode of the podcast, Steph, Derek, and Shawn cover quite a few various topics, including: - Derek's experience with Call of Duty: Cold War's zombie mode - What is a gasifier and how does it work? - Are the new battery-powered tools worth it? Shawn discusses his experience with a few, along with how he charges them with solar - Pos…
 
In this episode we address the subject of chiliasm, popularly known as millennialism. Though there are few references in the Scriptures outside of Revelation 20 to "a thousand years", chiliasm is seen in various Jewish apocalyptic texts. This created fertile ground for chiliasm to take root in the early church after the Revelation given to the apos…
 
We're joined by Megaton in this special episode of the podcast! You may also know him as Megadude, Mega, or just plain ol' Bill, but our guest this week is the originator of so much in the post-apocalyptic fan enthusiast world. Not only did Bill start up the original post-apocalyptic forums, wiki, Reddit group, and enthusiast site at postapocalypti…
 
In this episode we give an overview of the major themes and features found in the book of Revelation. The book is frequently associated with bizarre imagery, and is often seen as difficult to understand. Yet, when compared with the imagery and features common to second temple Jewish apocalyptic texts, the language and message of the book of Revelat…
 
In this episode, we take a look at the basic approaches to the Book of Revelation throughout church history: Futurism, Idealism, Historicism, and Preterism. The bulk of the content of the Book of Revelation is best understood in terms of the “messianic woes,” which were a defining component of the first-century Jewish apocalyptic narrative. Though …
 
In this episode we discuss the clear emphasis on Jewish eschatology in the General Epistles of the New Testament. We work through a number of passages that demonstrate the apostolic strategy of utilizing apocalyptic expectation to motivate discipleship. Because the world will not always function in the way it currently does, the apostles encourage …
 
This footage was found by one Mr. Neal Wats. It is displayed for your consideration. Its meaning is unclear, but gives us insight into the most recent broadcast from PANR. No information is available regarding Director W. No one by this name is listed under the studio's employ. PANR has denied any knowledge of such person, and denies the existence …
 
In this archived broadcast, the MCR have invaded the wasteland. Their assault is swift, their targets are deliberate, and there is no mercy. This broadcast was cut short, and lacks many of the usual elements. This as the studio was under immediate threat of attack, and a report of the MCR's brutality must have been made available to our faithful li…
 
In this week's podcast, Derek, Stephanie, and Shawn return to discuss the biggest and best post-apocalyptic news of the week. Topics include: - There are SO MANY upcoming post-apocalyptic shows coming up. Which one is your most-anticipated? - Tribes of Europa is coming to Netflix next week. Will it be a huge hit? - Daydreaming about buying a plot o…
 
Thumbnail Artist! YT: Ash O'Connell/AshVoid Twitter: @AnaRoze96 In this archived broadcast, we discuss, in detail, the nuclear winter that is now upon us. The terrible affects it has had on our wasteland and the people who call this wasteland home. It is also, here, where we discover the terrible truth of the MCR's presence on Mount Deshk. Thank yo…
 
Thank you for checking our archived broadcast for Wednesday, 14 April, 20XX. This was the beginning of the long winter. I had hopped it would pass quickly, but this debris cloud was much larger than we could have anticipated. A fact that became clear very soon after this broadcast aired. This broadcast was sponsored by Vley's Mug! Vley's Mug, your …
 
In this episode, we discuss what the Apostle Paul had in mind when he wrote about the kingdom of God in his letters. In the vast majority of his references to the kingdom, Paul speaks in line with first-century Jewish apocalyptic expectations. Three passages (Rom. 14:17; 1 Cor. 4:20; Col. 1:13) are commonly cited as evidence for realized eschatolog…
 
Thank you for checking our archived broadcast for Tuesday, 13 April, 20XX. I must, regrettably, inform you that we lost our signal during a small portion of our broadcast. While we endeavor to provide a quality service, using equipment from the world that was, cobbled into a mockery of the once functioning form does, on occasion, leave us wanting. …
 
Notes go hereGood afternoon and thank you for viewing the archived broadcasts. In this broadcast, which aired 12 April, 20XX, we follow the consequences of AMM's actions from the previous day, one of our investigative journalists goes missing after reporting strange findings in a previously flooded settlement, discuss new information regarding the …
 
Good afternoon, and thank you for tuning into one of our archived broadcasts. As usual, these broadcasts are stored in a timely manner after airing. This particular broadcast has been marked for historical importance. We ask that any who choose to listen to it in the future, treat it and its contents with some amount of dignity. Discord: https://di…
 
In this week’s episode of the podcast, we’re joined by Australian filmmaker Adrian Powers, the director and screenwriter for the short film Brolga. We talk about the film’s special history, its meaning, and its award-winning reception on the festival circuit. We then turn the talk toward our favorite topics on the website this week, including the C…
 
Bill, John, and Josh tackle your questions in this third Q&A episode. Topics include how to approach apocalyptic literature, inaugurated eschatology, Bible translations, and reading the Hebrew Bible in relation to other Ancient Near Eastern literature. We also have a “rapid fire” round of questions and preview some of our upcoming episodes. We welc…
 
This week, we start the show by breaking down the first episode of Snowpiercer's second season. We try to stay spoiler free, yet we just had to declare who we think will come out on top at the end between Wilford, Melanie, and Layton. Oddly enough, we all had separate answers. Which team are you? Then we get into the second half of our Boomie Award…
 
In this episode we look at the relationship between the kingdom of God and prayer. The Lord’s Prayer (Luke 11:2-4), the parable of the persistent widow (Luke 18:1-8) and Jesus’ exhortation to prayer (Luke 21:34-36) are discussed in light of Jewish apocalyptic expectations. Rather than the common tendency to realize or spiritualize themes in these p…
 
We're back with this week's podcast episode where we discuss deadly AI, practical prepping, and the first part of our in-depth look at the Boomie Award winners for 2020. Derek starts off the show with an introduction to one of our favorite new features on the site: our new Discord server. Discord is a way for people to chat in rooms separated by to…
 
In this episode, we discuss the kingdom and expectations concerning the coming of the messiah and the eschatological banquet developed in the prophets, second temple literature, and the New Testament. The messianic banquet was forefront in the minds of Jesus and the apostles, particularly at the Last Supper. Rather than realizing or redefining thes…
 
We're back! After taking a bit of a break for the holidays, we're back with this very special episode of the podcast where we sit down with Alex Knapp, the writer, director, co-producer, and star of his new post-apocalyptic psychological thriller Go/Don't Go. Alex discusses the movie's premise, the difficulties of releasing a film during this pande…
 
In this episode we discuss some of the ideas of “hell” that were common in the first century Jewish world. Modern problems of worldview and translation often present the idea of hell as a metaphysical reality instead of the overtly eschatological reality that is actually being emphasized by Jesus. “Gehenna”, a Greek word used in the New Testament o…
 
In this episode we frame Matthew 5-7 within the framework of first century Jewish apocalypticism. Rather than introducing a universalized, spiritual definition of the kingdom of God, Jesus is functioning as a prophetic renewalist, calling Israel to repentance and wholehearted repentance. Hypocrisy and pretense will ultimately be exposed on the day …
 
In this episode, we discuss Jesus’ words in Matthew 5 and Luke 6. The Beatitudes are often understood as abstract attributes that Jesus is exhorting his hearers to emulate. However, viewed in light of the apocalyptic tradition, the Beatitudes are understood as a discipleship mechanism to encourage perseverance unto the inheritance of the kingdom of…
 
This week is all about aliens! Do they exist? With the recent reveals and declassified footage, aliens are looking more and more feasible. But we want to know your thoughts! - Shawn talks about Cyberpunk 2077 as we get pumped for launch week. - Steph discusses Attack on Titan's first episode of Season 4 and why she loved it so much. - Derek goes in…
 
In this episode we place the Magnificat (Luke 1:46-55) into the covenantal/apocalyptic setting in which Mary spoke it. The song significantly parallels that of Hannah in 1 Samuel 2:1-10 and echoes the themes that were expressed related to the covenant and God’s final vindication of His people. Likewise, Mary understands the birth of Jesus in contex…
 
After a little break for the holidays, we're back this week with the latest post-apocalyptic news: - Girl with No Mouth releases next week, and Shawn explains what we can expect from the highly anticipated indie film. - How can scientists think that shooting junk into space to block the sun is a good idea? Oh yeah, they never saw Snowpiercer. - Der…
 
In this episode we spend some time working through many of the parables of Jesus, which have a long history of (mis)interpretation. The parables are often mobilized as evidence for realized eschatology in the teachings of Jesus. However, when taken within the context of first century Jewish apocalyptic expectations the meaning and purpose of the pa…
 
In this episode we work through some of the main passages in the Gospels referencing the kingdom of God that are commonly used to support realized eschatology. Passages that describe the kingdom being “at hand”, the kingdom “coming upon you”, or the kingdom being “within you” are most easily understood within a Jewish apocalyptic framework. Rather …
 
We're back with another fun-filled episode of the podcast, and this week we have a heap of fresh topics to discuss, including answers to these burning questions: - What's this third A Quiet Place film coming in 2022? Is it part of a trilogy? Is it a spin-off? - Saw creator James Wan is working on a new post-apocalyptic horror movie, but will it be …
 
In this episode we briefly survey the history of interpretation concerning “the kingdom of God” in the New Testament. In particular, the last century has seen a surge of studies grappling with the first-century context of this controversial phrase. Various theological camps wrestle with the idea of the kingdom in different and often conflicting way…
 
In this week's podcast, Derek, Stephanie, and Shawn have joined their podcasting powers once again to discuss the week's biggest and best post-apocalyptic news. Derek wants to debate the merit of The Matrix trilogy, but Shawn hasn't seen any of the films. This is becoming a pattern, Shawn. Do you even own a TV? Do we need to start a GoFundMe? The t…
 
In this episode we present an introduction to the "kingdom of God" as understood by a first-century Jew: the Davidic, messianic kingdom as presented by common Jewish expectation at the time. Beginning with 2 Samuel 7 and the prophets then moving through the Targums and other Second Temple literature, we present a brief survey of the kingdom of God …
 
In this week's podcast, we're excited to be joined by Mad Max cosplayer extraordinaire Jim "Tank" Dorsey and Faye Murman, who is currently creating a documentary all about Tank's incredible life. A small sample of Tank's credentials include tour manager for The Misfits, professional wrestler, DJ, and international cosplayer. While he's played many …
 
This episode is a teaching that Bill Scofield gave in a small group setting. Beginning with an overview of how Jews came to think about eschatology in the first century, Bill goes on to develop John chapter 3 where he illustrates that Jews, including Jesus and his followers, maintained an apocalyptic eschatological framework. We hope it is an encou…
 
We're back with another exciting adventure into podcast land with Derek, Stephanie, and Shawn bringing you the latest post-apocalyptic news. Shawn starts this one off with some news about the first trailer for The Midnight Sky starring George Clooney. The whole gang is looking forward to this apocalyptic space movie when it releases December 23 on …
 
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