This article is part of the Blessed: Conversations on the Book of Revelation with Nancy Guthrie series.
Explore the Book of Revelation with Bible Teacher Nancy Guthrie
In this new podcast, Nancy Guthrie—author, Bible teacher, and host of the popular Help Me Teach the Bible podcast—leads listeners to a deeper understanding of the book of Revelation through conversations with respected Bible scholars, pastors, and other Bible teachers.
Designed as a companion show to Nancy's new book Blessed: Experiencing the Promise of the Book of Revelation, the podcast will feature conversations with people like Tom Schreiner, Russell Moore, Iain Duguid, Karen Ellis, Greg Beale, and more!
Listen to the trailer and subscribe to the Blessed podcast via the following podcast directories:
Be on the lookout for the following episodes:
Episode 1 - Why Study the Book of Revelation?
Episode 2 - The Apocalyptic Nature of Revelation with Iain Duguid
Episode 3 - How the Old Testament Helps us Make Sense of Revelation with Andrew Sach
Episode 4 - The Theology of the Book of Revelation with Tom Schreiner
Episode 5 - The Marriage Imagery of Revelation with Jonathan Gibson
Episode 6 - The Organization of Revelation with Vern Poythress
Episode 7 - The Promised-Shaped Patterns that Resolve in Revelation with Jim Hamilton
Episode 8 - Revelation’s Call to Courage and a Refusal to Compromise with Russell Moore
Episode 9 - Revelation’s Message to Persecuted Believers with Karen Ellis
Episode 10 - Time, Symbolism, and Imagery in Revelation with Greg Beale
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Nancy Guthrie discusses the book of Revelation and how we actually can understand its central message, encouraging us to accept the blessing promised to those who “hear and keep” this book.
Nancy Guthrie is joined by Greg Beale to discuss questions related to the sometimes difficult symbolism and imagery of the book of Revelation.
Nancy Guthrie as she talks with Iain Duguid about how we can understand Revelation in new ways when we read it as a letter, as a promise, and as apocalyptic prophecy.
Join Nancy Guthrie as she talks with Andrew Sach about how the more we keep our eyes and ears open for Old Testament imagery and allusions, the less strange the book of Revelation will seem.