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Apocalyptic

Jesus and Hip Hop:Revelations 5:1-5

Reverend William E. Flippin, Jr. | Posted 11.04.2012 | Black Voices
Reverend William E. Flippin, Jr.

If we focus on the Lamb we can recognize that the slaughtered Christ is the original gangster and had the "Juice" in being worthy even in the midst of pain and oppression.

Apocalypse... Soon? The Gender Gap in Apoca-Lit

Laura Barcella | Posted 09.25.2012 | Home
Laura Barcella

Could women really be less interested in the seemingly universal (and universally terrifying) theme of the world's end? Doubtful. So why aren't there more women-penned apocalyptic cultural offerings out there?

The New Testament's Most Controversial Book: An Interview With Elaine Pagels On 'Revelations'

Posted 10.03.2014 | Religion

Combining visions, religion and politics in an apocalyptic drama, the Book of Revelation still captures our imagination 2,000 years after it was writt...

Revelation: Who Likes It, And Who Doesn't

Greg Carey | Posted 04.14.2012 | Religion
Greg Carey

Revelation reveals what it means to worship God and Christ. It challenges believers to faithful living in the midst of cultural pressure to compromise.

PHOTOS: A Rock-N-Roll Apocalypse

Posted 01.10.2012 | Arts

It's 2012, and the apocalypse is on everyone's mind. But Daniel Richter's apocalyptic visions, like old-Western cinemascapes mixed with psychedelic 60...

What Does The Book Of Revelation Really Mean?

Greg Carey | Posted 03.02.2012 | Religion
Greg Carey

No academic interpreter of Revelation understands the book as a roadmap for the future. Instead, Revelation originally spoke to the conditions of its own time and place.