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Tim Mackie & Jon Collins

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BibleProject

BibleProject

Tim Mackie & Jon Collins

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The creators of BibleProject have in-depth conversations about the Bible and theology. A companion podcast to BibleProject videos found at bibleproject.com

Latest Episodes

Honor-Shame Culture and the Gospel - Letters E4

Paul wrote his letters in the shadow of Rome. His words stood in stark contrast to Roman rule and its honor-shame culture. Join Tim and Jon in exploring the cultural context of the New Testament letters and the questions we should consider when reading these texts.

52 MIN6 d ago
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Honor-Shame Culture and the Gospel - Letters E4

How to Live Like Jesus is Lord - Letters E3

The New Testament letters all share a core conviction that shapes how the apostles taught followers of Jesus to live in the first century. Listen in as Tim and Jon discuss the focus of the New Testament letters and how they help us live wisely today.

57 MIN1 w ago
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How to Live Like Jesus is Lord - Letters E3

A Living Sacrifice? - Letters E2

How do the New Testament letters fit with the rest of the biblical story? In this second part of a live recording in Dallas, Texas, Tim and Jon talk about how the apostles saw themselves as fulfilling God’s promise to bring blessing to all nations and how this perspective transforms the way we read the letters.

59 MIN2 w ago
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A Living Sacrifice? - Letters E2

Context is Crucial - Letters E1

In this live episode, Tim and Jon interact with an audience in Dallas, Texas for the launch of a new series on how to read the New Testament letters. Letters make up much of the New Testament, and knowing how to view and interpret them is essential for seeing the story of Jesus woven through the New Testament.

55 MIN3 w ago
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Context is Crucial - Letters E1

The Blood Cries Out - Apocalyptic Special Episode

In this special mid-week podcast episode, Tim and Jon address recent events in light of The Revelation. Listen in as they discuss the use of “word and testimony,” the meaning of Babylon, and the exposure of slavery in the book of Revelation.

53 MINJUN 10
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The Blood Cries Out - Apocalyptic Special Episode

Does the Bible Predict the End of the World? - Apocalyptic Q+R

Are these the end times? Why does the Bible use language of fiery judgment? And what is the mark of the beast? In this episode, Tim and Jon answer your questions about how to read apocalyptic literature.

63 MINJUN 8
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Does the Bible Predict the End of the World? - Apocalyptic Q+R

Five Strategies for Reading Revelation - Apocalyptic E6

The book of Revelation is full of symbols and images that are confusing when we remove them from the context of the Hebrew Bible. But if we understand the context, community, and nature of apocalyptic literature, the text can reshape the way we see the world. In this final episode of our series How to Read Apocalyptic Literature, Tim and Jon look at the book of Revelation.

54 MINJUN 1
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Five Strategies for Reading Revelation - Apocalyptic E6

A Walking, Talking Apocalypse – Apocalyptic E5

The opening pages of the Bible show us God’s good plan to rule with humanity as his image in heaven and on earth. Later characters in the story experience apocalyptic moments where they glimpse this ideal world and gain perspective to bring comfort and challenge to the world. Listen in as Tim and Jon discuss how this all points us to Jesus.

64 MINMAY 25
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A Walking, Talking Apocalypse – Apocalyptic E5

The Jewish Apocalyptic Imagination - Apocalyptic E4

Our dreams are often filled with strange images. What happens when a prophet, steeped in the Scriptures, receives a dream from God? The resulting imagery is packed with hyperlinks to the Hebrew Bible. In this episode, Tim and Jon begin discussing Revelation and tracing these visions through the rest of the Bible.

38 MINMAY 18
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The Jewish Apocalyptic Imagination - Apocalyptic E4

Is the Gospel an Apocalypse? Apocalyptic E3

Are the Gospel accounts apocalyptic? In this episode, Tim and Jon break down the use of the word apocalypse in the ancient Jewish world and highlight examples from the Gospel accounts and the life of Paul.

39 MINMAY 11
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Is the Gospel an Apocalypse? Apocalyptic E3

Latest Episodes

Honor-Shame Culture and the Gospel - Letters E4

Paul wrote his letters in the shadow of Rome. His words stood in stark contrast to Roman rule and its honor-shame culture. Join Tim and Jon in exploring the cultural context of the New Testament letters and the questions we should consider when reading these texts.

52 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Honor-Shame Culture and the Gospel - Letters E4

How to Live Like Jesus is Lord - Letters E3

The New Testament letters all share a core conviction that shapes how the apostles taught followers of Jesus to live in the first century. Listen in as Tim and Jon discuss the focus of the New Testament letters and how they help us live wisely today.

57 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How to Live Like Jesus is Lord - Letters E3

A Living Sacrifice? - Letters E2

How do the New Testament letters fit with the rest of the biblical story? In this second part of a live recording in Dallas, Texas, Tim and Jon talk about how the apostles saw themselves as fulfilling God’s promise to bring blessing to all nations and how this perspective transforms the way we read the letters.

59 MIN2 w ago
Comments
A Living Sacrifice? - Letters E2

Context is Crucial - Letters E1

In this live episode, Tim and Jon interact with an audience in Dallas, Texas for the launch of a new series on how to read the New Testament letters. Letters make up much of the New Testament, and knowing how to view and interpret them is essential for seeing the story of Jesus woven through the New Testament.

55 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Context is Crucial - Letters E1

The Blood Cries Out - Apocalyptic Special Episode

In this special mid-week podcast episode, Tim and Jon address recent events in light of The Revelation. Listen in as they discuss the use of “word and testimony,” the meaning of Babylon, and the exposure of slavery in the book of Revelation.

53 MINJUN 10
Comments
The Blood Cries Out - Apocalyptic Special Episode

Does the Bible Predict the End of the World? - Apocalyptic Q+R

Are these the end times? Why does the Bible use language of fiery judgment? And what is the mark of the beast? In this episode, Tim and Jon answer your questions about how to read apocalyptic literature.

63 MINJUN 8
Comments
Does the Bible Predict the End of the World? - Apocalyptic Q+R

Five Strategies for Reading Revelation - Apocalyptic E6

The book of Revelation is full of symbols and images that are confusing when we remove them from the context of the Hebrew Bible. But if we understand the context, community, and nature of apocalyptic literature, the text can reshape the way we see the world. In this final episode of our series How to Read Apocalyptic Literature, Tim and Jon look at the book of Revelation.

54 MINJUN 1
Comments
Five Strategies for Reading Revelation - Apocalyptic E6

A Walking, Talking Apocalypse – Apocalyptic E5

The opening pages of the Bible show us God’s good plan to rule with humanity as his image in heaven and on earth. Later characters in the story experience apocalyptic moments where they glimpse this ideal world and gain perspective to bring comfort and challenge to the world. Listen in as Tim and Jon discuss how this all points us to Jesus.

64 MINMAY 25
Comments
A Walking, Talking Apocalypse – Apocalyptic E5

The Jewish Apocalyptic Imagination - Apocalyptic E4

Our dreams are often filled with strange images. What happens when a prophet, steeped in the Scriptures, receives a dream from God? The resulting imagery is packed with hyperlinks to the Hebrew Bible. In this episode, Tim and Jon begin discussing Revelation and tracing these visions through the rest of the Bible.

38 MINMAY 18
Comments
The Jewish Apocalyptic Imagination - Apocalyptic E4

Is the Gospel an Apocalypse? Apocalyptic E3

Are the Gospel accounts apocalyptic? In this episode, Tim and Jon break down the use of the word apocalypse in the ancient Jewish world and highlight examples from the Gospel accounts and the life of Paul.

39 MINMAY 11
Comments
Is the Gospel an Apocalypse? Apocalyptic E3

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