I know many of you having been losing sleep the last few weeks with no updates.  School has been keeping my busy, and this silly blog just doesn’t get updated.

Here’s what I’m sure you’ve been dying for: a lecture by N.T. Wright on the book of Revelation titled Revelation and Christian Hope: Political Implications of the Revelation to John.

It’s long and I haven’t watched it in its entirety yet.  Revelation is one of my favorite books of the Bible, but it’s wildly misunderstood and cannot be adequately interpreted or appreciated apart from the Old Testament.

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