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Part of theology concerned with the final events of history, or the ultimate destiny of humanity

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KZradio הקצה
Land Of Last Things w. Efrat Katz: Our Way to Fall // 18.1.23

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 54:26


Dr. Joel Beeke on SermonAudio
The Four Great Last Things

Dr. Joel Beeke on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 62:00


A new MP3 sermon from Kalamazoo Reformed Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Four Great Last Things Speaker: Dr. Joel Beeke Broadcaster: Kalamazoo Reformed Church Event: Sunday - PM Date: 1/15/2023 Bible: Hebrews 9:24-10:4 Length: 62 min.

KZradio הקצה
Land Of Last Things w. Efrat Katz: And We Follow the Night // 11.1.23

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 55:09


Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Contemplative Realism, or, Spiritual Life in Fiction with guest Joshua Hren, Wiseblood Books and University of St. Thomas, Houston

Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 38:30


Joshua Hren is founder of Wiseblood Books and co-founder of the Master of Fine Arts program at the University of St. Thomas, Houston. His essays and poems have appeared in such venues as First Things, Catholic World Report, New Oxford Review, and LOGOS. His books include the novel Infinite Regress and a volume of poems titled Last Things, First Things, and Other …

Martensdale Community Church
Last Things – Session 43

Martensdale Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 45:03


Parson's Pad Podcast
Prophecy Brief: Transhumanism

Parson's Pad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 32:25


Scripture: 2 Thess. 2:3-12Humanity 2.0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3t_JYKnGIA Yuval Noah Harari (Wired) https://www.wired.co.uk/article/yuval-noah-harari-extract-21-lessons-for-the-21st-century Yuval Noah Harari on a Post-Human future https://www.youtube.com/shorts/byQV4lSJorQ Yuval Noah Harari: Future of Humanity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMRPD_wV__k Human 2.0 Is Coming Faster Than You Think https://www.forbes.com/sites/cognitiveworld/2018/10/01/human-2-0-is-coming-faster-than-you-think-will-you-evolve-with-the-times/?sh=4b2abceb4284 IOB Everything you need to know https://www.analyticssteps.com/blogs/internet-bodies-everything-you-need-know TIMELAPSE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (2028 – 3000+) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63yr9dlI0cU&list=PLuFMtcwraUqgdtskLFYgAHK5isv9sSrth Calvary Chapel Franklin: http://calvarychapelfranklin.com/ Email: info@calvarychapelfranklin.com  The Parsons Pad Website: https://parsonspad.com/ Telegram: https://t.me/+Q4w6ztLRQag6SI5ZRumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1006557?date=this-year Twitter: https://twitter.com/ccfranklintn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalvaryChapelFranklin/  Subscribe to the audio podcast: https://parsonspad.buzzsprout.com/  Calvary Chapel Franklin meets at: Sunday mornings: 1724 General George Patton Drive, Brentwood TN 37027 Wednesday evenings: 7113 Peach Court, Brentwood TN 37027Mail: PO Box 1993 Spring Hill TN 37174 If you need a Bible, please download the free Gideon's app for iPhone or Android: https://gideons.org/  If you would like to support this outreach, please consider donating via PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=QCC42G4JT8U76

The Moral Imagination
Ep.50 On Benedict XVI -Reason, Freedom, Beauty, and the Intellectual Sources of Secularism and the New Evangelization

The Moral Imagination

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 56:38


Pope Benedict XVI / Joseph Ratzinger passed away on December 31 at the age of 95 years old. His writing and teaching have been a major influence on my thinking. So in honor of his memory and gratitude for his example, this week's episode is a talk I gave on Pope Benedict XVI on Five Crises of Culture and the Intellectual sources of Secularism and the New Evangelization. I go through five intellectual themes/crises that Benedict identifies in the West “where the roots of Christianity are deep but who have experienced a serious crisis of faith due to secularization." Truth and the Dictatorship of Relativism Reason Progress Freedom Beauty I examine how he describes and explains the challenges of our age; how he addresses each of them on their own terms, and the proposes a Gospel response. One element of the crisis of faith is grounded in intellectual sources. We think, and too often live, like secularists and adopt often without thinking a secular framework. But secularism is not neutral. As Benedict argues, “We must develop and adult faith.” An "adult" faith is not a faith that follows the trends of fashion and the latest novelty; a mature adult faith is deeply rooted in friendship with Christ. It is this friendship that opens us up to all that is good and gives us a criterion by which to distinguish the true from the false, and deceit from truth. We must develop this adult faith; we must guide the flock of Christ to this faith. And it is this faith - only faith - that creates unity and is fulfilled in love.” In this talk I provide a lot of quotes and references. You can find show notes, links, and outline of the talk at www.themoralimagination.com Resources See the outline / handout of the talk below. Also see Amazon links to books I refer to in the talk below. I also provide Amazon link to the encyclicals, but you can get all the encyclicals for free at vatican.va There a lot of books listed and if you are unsure where to start I would suggest you begin with the following: Books: Jesus of Nazareth Vol 1, Milestones, and Last Testament Collection of more complex essays: Values in a Time of Upheaval Encyclicals Spe Salvi and Deus Caritas Est Short Readings: Here are some links Homily before the Conclave — “Dictatorship of Relativsm” Regensberg Address — on the crisis of reason in the west Cardinal Ratzinger on Europe's Crisis of Culture at Subiaco   Benedict XVI Paris Lecture Meeting with Representatives from the World of Culture   Additional Links mentioned in talk Roger Scruton: Beauty and Desecration   Roger Scruton: Kitsch and the Modern Predicament  I Grateful to Authenticum and Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish for the invitation to speak and for recording and providing me with the audio of this lecture. You can learn more about the Authenticum Lecture Series  OUTLINE/HANDOUT Benedict XVI—Five Crises of Culture and the Intellectual sources of Secularism and the New Evangelization Michael Matheson Miller The New Evangelization Re-Propose the Gospel "to those regions awaiting the first evangelization AND to those regions where the roots of Christianity are deep but who have experienced a serious crisis of faith due to secularization." Benedict XVI    Theme:  Think Like Christians Focus on Intellectual roots of secularization and the crisis of faith and the work of Benedict XVI We must not approach the social and political order in a purely secular manner.  Benedict is I think a model for new evangelization because he takes the situation of our current time on its own terms and then addresses it in light of reason and the Gospel. Paul VI: Evangelii Nuntiandi  "The conditions of the society in which we live oblige all of us therefore to revise methods, to seek by every means to study how we can bring the Christian message to modern man. For it is only in the Christian message that modern man can find the answer to his questions and the energy for his commitment of human solidarity."   John Paul II: Redemptoris Missio   “I wish to invite the Church to renew her missionary commitment.”  “…it is the primary service which the Church can render to every individual and to all humanity in the modern world, a world which has experienced marvelous achievements but which seems to have lost its sense of ultimate realities and of existence itself. "Christ the Redeemer," I wrote in my first encyclical, "fully reveals man to himself.... The person who wishes to understand himself thoroughly...must...draw near to Christ.... [The] Redemption that took place through the cross has definitively restored to man his dignity and given back meaning to his life in the world."   Benedict XVI “Throughout the centuries, the Church has never ceased to proclaim the salvific mystery of the death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, but today that same message needs renewed vigor to convince contemporary man, who is often distracted and insensitive… “For this reason, the new evangelization must try to find ways of making the proclamation of salvation more effective; a proclamation without which personal existence remains contradictory and deprived of what is essential. Even for those who remain tied to their Christian roots, but who live the difficult relationship with modernity, it is important to realize that being Christian is not a type of clothing to wear in private or on special occasions, but is something living and all-encompassing, able to contain all that is good in modern life.”  BXVI to Participants in the Plenary Assembly of the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization   “We…have this mission: to encounter our contemporaries so as to make His love known to them. Not so much by teaching, never by judging, but by being travelling companions. Like the deacon Philip, who – the Acts of the Apostles tell us – stood up, set out, ran towards the Ethiopian people and, as a friend, sat down beside them, entering into dialogue with the man who had a great desire for God in the midst of many doubts”  —Pope Francis: International Meeting  for Academic Centers and  Schools of New Evangelization   Five Crises of Culture and Key Themes in the Thought of Bendict XVI    1.     Truth and the Dictatorship of Relativism “How many winds of doctrine have we known in recent decades, how many ideological currents, how many ways of thinking. The small boat of the thought of many Christians has often been tossed about by these waves - flung from one extreme to another: from Marxism to liberalism, even to libertinism; from collectivism to radical individualism; from atheism to a vague religious mysticism; from agnosticism to syncretism and so forth. Every day new sects spring up, and what St Paul says about human deception and the trickery that strives to entice people into error (cf. Eph 4: 14) comes true. “Today, having a clear faith based on the Creed of the Church is often labeled as fundamentalism. Whereas relativism, that is, letting oneself be "tossed here and there, carried about by every wind of doctrine", seems the only attitude that can cope with modern times. We are building a dictatorship of relativism that does not recognize anything as definitive and whose ultimate goal consists solely of one's own ego and desires.”   Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Mass Pro Eligendo Romano Pontifice After fall of Soviet Union relativism did not die but combined with desire for gratification to form a potent mix.  (CF to Augusto Del Noce on the shift from Christian Bourgeois to Pure Bourgeois) Is Relativism Coherent? Denial of Truth is self-refuting Truth exists and is knowable But this does not mean we know it Relativism can be nothing other than a dictatorship Relativism leads to ideology St. Thomas Aquinas: Truth is conforming the mind to reality Josef Pieper: Seeing the World as it is and acting accordingly Gospel Response - In the homily where he speaks the Dictatorship of Relativism Benedict does not stop at intellectual refutation.  He responds with the person of Jesus.  He says: “We, however, have a different goal: the Son of God, the true man. He is the measure of true humanism. An "adult" faith is not a faith that follows the trends of fashion and the latest novelty; a mature adult faith is deeply rooted in friendship with Christ. It is this friendship that opens us up to all that is good and gives us a criterion by which to distinguish the true from the false, and deceipt from truth. We must develop this adult faith; we must guide the flock of Christ to this faith. And it is this faith - only faith - that creates unity and is fulfilled in love.”             Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Mass Pro Eligendo Romano Pontifice 2. Reason Regensburg Address Crisis of Reason—which is a crisis of politics which is a crisis of humanity We have limited reason to the empirical This is incoherent on its own terms because one cannot verify this claim empirically Must expand reason beyond the empirical otherwise it is not rational The problem goes beyond incoherence.  It leads to what C.S. Lewis has called “the abolition of man.”  Empiricist rationality takes all the fundamental human experiences – love, beauty, goodness, hope, mercy, forgiveness, compassion, and justice and relegates them outside the realm of reason. Love and justice then are no longer rational but pure emotion or chemical reactions.   But this is false. In contrast we have what Lewis calls “reasonable emotions,” what Karol Wojtyla (St. John Paul II) calls “spiritual emotions” and what Dietrich von Hildebrand calls “intelligible spiritual affectivity.” Love is not simply raw emotion or chemical reaction. It includes that because we are embodied persons, but it also is reasonable. This is why the tradition defines love as an “act of the will” that “seeks the good of the other.”   “Critical Thinking” Exercise    (Thanks to Professor Mark Roberts for this insight) __JS Bach was born in 1685 __JS Bach wrote beautiful music __Pope Pius XII was the Bishop of Rome __Pope Pius XII was a good Pope __Bell Bottoms were popular in the 1970s __Bell Bottoms are cool __ ____________________________________ __ Murder is Bad… And here we see the problems arise. First, the opposite of a fact is not an opinion. The opposite of a fact is a false proposition. Opinions are justified belief. Opinions could be classified as good or bad depending upon how reasonable they are. Opinions are true or false if they align with a true proposition. Second, as C.S. Lewis explains in The Abolition of Man, this type of exercise deforms our intellects and our moral sensibilities. He writes: It is not a theory they put into his mind, but an assumption, which ten years hence, its origin forgotten and its presence unconscious, will condition him to take one side in a controversy which he has never recognized as a controversy at all.”  “We make men without chests and expect from them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honor and are shocked to find traitors in our midst.” “In a sort of ghastly simplicity we remove the organ and demand the function. We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honour and are shocked to find traitors in our midst. We castrate and bid the geldings be fruitful.”   Limiting reason to the empirical has disastrous impact on politics and justice. The end of politics is (or should be) justice – but justice is not empirical.  As Ratzinger explains: “Politics is the realm of Reason, not of a merely technological, calculating reason, but of moral reason, since the goal of the state, and hence, the ultimate goal of politics, has a moral nature, namely peace and justice.” Limiting reason to the empirical relegates all questions about truth, beauty, goodness, justice, and morality to the realm of subjective opinion and emotion (Regensburg Address) Return to Plato's Thrasymachus: Justice is merely the right of the stronger: Power equals truth—or in our situation it is power, efficiency or consensus equals truth. “…the majority cannot be an ultimate principle since there are values that no majority is entitled to annul. It can never be right to kill innocent persons, and no power can make this legitimate.  Here too, what is ultimately at stake is the defense of reason.  Reason—that is moral reason—is above the majority.”  “Political Visions and Political Praxis”    Gospel Response: Faith purifies and heals reason. Reason must be expanded and additionally purified by Faith and the Church's teaching Faith can contribute to correct politics. It can “illuminate and heal” reason.   In the last century…it was the testimony of the martyrs that limited the excess of power, thus making a decisive contribution to the convalescence of reason” Joseph Ratzinger: To Change or to Preserve? Political Visions and Political Praxis   “Reason only becomes truly human when it is open to the saving forces of faith and if it looks beyond itself.”   Spe Salvi 23 Progress and Eschatology Myth of Progress—the kingdom of heaven on earth. o   Progress is good – we are called to complete creation. But we cannot be saved by progress o   The problem is a “faith in progress” and a kingdom of man, not the kingdom of God. o   Progress will lead, through new vision of reason, to total freedom. o   Eric Voegelin: “Immanentization of the Eschaton” Trying to create heaven on earth o   Real error is found in misunderstanding of nature of man. o   Politics built on false concept of progress are illusory and ultimately deny human freedom and man himself o   Progress unhinged from morality and the truth about man is dangerous. o   No longer about what I ought to do, but simply what I can do o   Modern concepts of Progress derive from limitation of reason and “new correlation between science and praxis.”    “Now this “redemption”, the restoration of the lost “Paradise” is no longer expected from faith, but from the newly discovered link between science and praxis. It is not that faith is simply denied; rather it is displaced onto another level—that of purely private and other-worldly affairs—and at the same time it becomes somehow irrelevant for the world. This programmatic vision has determined the trajectory of modern times and it also shapes the present-day crisis of faith which is essentially a crisis of Christian hope. Thus hope too, in Bacon, acquires a new form. Now it is called: faith in progress. For Bacon, it is clear that the recent spate of discoveries and inventions is just the beginning; through the interplay of science and praxis, totally new discoveries will follow, a totally new world will emerge, the kingdom of man[16]. He even put forward a vision of foreseeable inventions—including the aeroplane and the submarine. As the ideology of progress developed further, joy at visible advances in human potential remained a continuing confirmation of faith in progress as such.”  Benedict XVI, Spe Salvi paragraph 17                                                             Response: Hope Tempers and Orders Progress   Reflect on the Last Things 1.     Politics is the realm of reason—and it is concerned with the present, not the future. 2.     But man is not merely oriented to the present—man is destined for eternal life with God—beyond politics. 3.     As Christians we must keep the last things in our view. Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell are real and death escapes no man.    True Hope: In place of the myth of progress which enslaves we need a true understanding of Christian Hope--True hope can only be found in God  Spe Salvi # 27   A Proper Eschatology helps us avoid Utopianism o   “A definitely ideal society presupposes the end of freedom” o   The only person who could actually do this is God—and even he doesn't do that:  God takes us seriously   cf Light of the World   “Within this human history of ours the absolutely ideal situation will never exist and a perfected ordering of freedom will never be achieved… the myth of the liberated world of the future in which everything is different and everything will be good is false We can only ever construct relative social orders which can only ever be relatively right and just.  Yet this very same closest possible approach to true right and justice is what we must strive to attain. Everything else, every eschatological  promise within history fails to liberate us, rather it disappoints and therefore enslaves us.    Joseph Ratzinger: Truth and Tolerance     “The right state of human affairs, the moral well-being of the world can never be guaranteed simply through structure alone, however good they may be.  What this means that every generation has the task of engaging anew in the arduous search for the right to order human affairs; this task is never simply completed.” Spe Salvi Politics has a place but as Christians we must remember that Politics is not the answer to our problems.    4.    Freedom  Truth and Tolerance: Freedom is the dominant theme of modernity. o   “Everybody wants to talk about freedom, but no one wants to talk about truth” o   If we can question truth – we should be able to question freedom Dominant idea: Nominalist concept of freedom severed from reason and truth.   “Diabolical Freedom” “An irrational will is not a free will” Freedom must be re-united to reason and oriented to truth   Response: Freedom is for Love The purpose and end of freedom is love – to seek the good of the other in self-donation Logos and Love Christian Hope leads us to Love in the person of Christ—Logos and Agape The purpose of Politics is peace and justice—and allowing the space for individuals and families to live out their freedom and responsibilities.  Man is not redeemed by science or progress. Man is redeemed by love.  Two themes have always accompanied me in my life…the theme of Christ and the living, present God, the God who loves us and heals us through suffering, and on the other hand, the theme of love…the key to Christianity.  Light of the World    “Love—caritas—will always prove necessary, even in the most just society. There is no ordering of the State so just that it can eliminate the need for a service of love. Whoever wants to eliminate love is preparing to eliminate man as such. There will always be suffering which cries out for consolation and help. There will always be loneliness. There will always be situations of material need where help in the form of concrete love of neighbour is indispensable” Deus Caritas Est 5.    Beauty  When Beauty is reduced merely to the subjective—merely in the eye of the beholder this undermines objective beauty.  This has profound effect on morality, politics, and liturgy.  It also takes the sublime insight that each person is unique and un-repeatable and has unique insight into a piece of art or a beautiful landscape and takes this sublime truth and turns it into the banal that everybody has his own opinion. Beauty is separated from reason and truth and reduced to subjective opinion and expression The crisis of beauty has led to the proliferation of ugliness, crassness, obscenity, pornography, violence, and disregard for children, women, and life itself.  In response Benedict offers a Catholic understanding of beauty instantiated in the liturgy and sacraments. “The only really effective apologia for Christianity comes down to two arguments, namely, the saints the Church has produced and the art which as grown in her womb. Better witness is born to the Lord by the splendor of holiness and art…than by clever excuses which apologetics has come up with to justify the dark sides which, sadly, are so frequent in the Church's human history.  If the Church is to continue to transform and humanize the world, how can she dispense with the beauty in her liturgies, that beauty which is so closely linked with the radiance of the resurrection?  No. Christians must not be too satisfied.  They must make their Church into a place where beauty—and hence truth—is at home.  Without this the world will become the first circle of Hell.”  Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger     Truth         -         Jesus Christ Reason             -          Faith Progress           -          Hope Freedom           -         Love Beauty              - Worship and Liturgy 

KZradio הקצה
Land Of Last Things w. Efrat Katz: Skyway // 4.1.23

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 55:56


Martensdale Community Church
Last Things – Session 42

Martensdale Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 45:18


Cedar Park Church Podcast
Matthew • Last Things

Cedar Park Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 123:17


KZradio הקצה
Land Of Last Things w. Efrat Katz: Damn, Gravity // 28.12.22

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 53:54


The Inner Life
The Last Things - December 27, 2022

The Inner Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 51:07


Father Carter Griffin joined Josh for a conversation about heaven, hell, and purgatory. Topics included what these places are (5:27), being a 'good person' (7:50), judgement (11:48), what hell is (15:29), gehenna (18:59), why everyone doesn't go to heaven (24:32), God's mercy (30:16), how many are saved (34:29), caller: when I'm heaven will I be sad if I see family members in hell? (37:45), what is purgatory (42:30), Caller: I'm worried about a loved one who had a near death experience (47:18). 

KZradio הקצה
Land Of Last Things w. Efrat Katz: As long as We Last // 21.12.22

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 52:27


Fr. Steve Mateja's Podcasts
"What if Jesus didn't come for us?"--4th Sunday of Advent 2022. The Last Things: Hell

Fr. Steve Mateja's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 14:16


What if Jesus didn't come for us?  What if the Virgin Mary said "no" to the Angel Gabriel? The answer is hell.  We would all be doomed.  But we do have a savior.  Our Lady did say YES!  We have hope and that is what we celebrate next week at Christmas!  Rejoice!  

Cedar Park Church Podcast
Matthew • Last Things

Cedar Park Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 109:32


Parson's Pad Podcast
Prophecy Brief: Who will enter into the millennium?

Parson's Pad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 40:08


Scripture: Revelation 19:20-21:7, 2 Thess. 2, Revelation 12, Daniel 12:2-3, Zech. 13:8-9, Zech. 14:16-19, Ezekiel 37:24Calvary Chapel Franklin: http://calvarychapelfranklin.com/ Email: info@calvarychapelfranklin.com  The Parsons Pad Website: https://parsonspad.com/ Telegram: https://t.me/+Q4w6ztLRQag6SI5ZRumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1006557?date=this-year Twitter: https://twitter.com/ccfranklintn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalvaryChapelFranklin/  Subscribe to the audio podcast: https://parsonspad.buzzsprout.com/  Calvary Chapel Franklin meets at: Sunday mornings: 1724 General George Patton Drive, Brentwood TN 37027 Wednesday evenings: 7113 Peach Court, Brentwood TN 37027Mail: PO Box 1993 Spring Hill TN 37174 If you need a Bible, please download the free Gideon's app for iPhone or Android: https://gideons.org/  If you would like to support this outreach, please consider donating via PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=QCC42G4JT8U76

Parson's Pad Podcast
Prophecy Brief: The preterist and futurist views

Parson's Pad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 47:34


Scripture: Revelation 17, Genesis 10:8-10, 11:1-9, Daniel 2, 7, Gen. 37/Rev. 12, Jer. 25:11-12/Dan. 9:2-3, Daniel 9:24-27, Matt. 24:15, 2 Thess. 2, Rev. 13, Genesis 12, 15, 17Calvary Chapel Franklin: http://calvarychapelfranklin.com/ Email: info@calvarychapelfranklin.com  The Parsons Pad Website: https://parsonspad.com/ Telegram: https://t.me/+Q4w6ztLRQag6SI5ZRumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1006557?date=this-year Twitter: https://twitter.com/ccfranklintn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalvaryChapelFranklin/  Subscribe to the audio podcast: https://parsonspad.buzzsprout.com/  Calvary Chapel Franklin meets at: Sunday mornings: 1724 General George Patton Drive, Brentwood TN 37027 Wednesday evenings: 7113 Peach Court, Brentwood TN 37027Mail: PO Box 1993 Spring Hill TN 37174 If you need a Bible, please download the free Gideon's app for iPhone or Android: https://gideons.org/  If you would like to support this outreach, please consider donating via PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=QCC42G4JT8U76

KZradio הקצה
Land Of Last Things w. Efrat Katz: I Believe in You // 14.12.22

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 54:21


Fr. Steve Mateja's Podcasts
"Heaven, prisoners or pilgrims?"--3rd Sunday of Advent 2022. The Last Things: Heaven

Fr. Steve Mateja's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 15:52


The Last Things: Heaven   Prisioners. Pilgrims. Paradise.  Where do we go after we die? What is Heaven like?

Parson's Pad Podcast
Prophecy Brief: Has it really come to this?

Parson's Pad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 33:08


Scripture: Ezekiel 38-39, Daniel 9:24-27, Revelation 13 LinksThe Declaration of Independence https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/declaration-transcript The Constitution of the United States https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/constitution-transcript Disinformation Governance Board https://www.dhs.gov/news/2022/08/24/following-hsac-recommendation-dhs-terminates-disinformation-governance-board PayPal Disinformation Fine https://fortune.com/2022/10/10/paypal-users-fine-misinformation-aup-error-confusion/ Theoden https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdBcsdk8pEY Calvary Chapel Franklin: http://calvarychapelfranklin.com/ Email: info@calvarychapelfranklin.com  The Parsons Pad Website: https://parsonspad.com/ Telegram: https://t.me/+Q4w6ztLRQag6SI5ZRumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1006557?date=this-year Twitter: https://twitter.com/ccfranklintn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalvaryChapelFranklin/  Subscribe to the audio podcast: https://parsonspad.buzzsprout.com/  Calvary Chapel Franklin meets at: Sunday mornings: 1724 General George Patton Drive, Brentwood TN 37027 Wednesday evenings: 7113 Peach Court, Brentwood TN 37027Mail: PO Box 1993 Spring Hill TN 37174 If you need a Bible, please download the free Gideon's app for iPhone or Android: https://gideons.org/  If you would like to support this outreach, please consider donating via PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=QCC42G4JT8U76

Cedar Park Church Podcast
Matthew • Last Things

Cedar Park Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 118:14


Parson's Pad Podcast
Prophecy Brief: Israel in the Last Days

Parson's Pad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 30:04


Scripture: Daniel 9:24-27, 2 Ezekiel 37, Thess. 2, Matthew 24:15, Revelation 12, 17:1-19:3Calvary Chapel Franklin: http://calvarychapelfranklin.com/ Email: info@calvarychapelfranklin.com  The Parsons Pad Website: https://parsonspad.com/ Telegram: https://t.me/+Q4w6ztLRQag6SI5ZRumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1006557?date=this-year Twitter: https://twitter.com/ccfranklintn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalvaryChapelFranklin/  Subscribe to the audio podcast: https://parsonspad.buzzsprout.com/  Calvary Chapel Franklin meets at: Sunday mornings: 1724 General George Patton Drive, Brentwood TN 37027 Wednesday evenings: 7113 Peach Court, Brentwood TN 37027Mail: PO Box 1993 Spring Hill TN 37174 If you need a Bible, please download the free Gideon's app for iPhone or Android: https://gideons.org/  If you would like to support this outreach, please consider donating via PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=QCC42G4JT8U76

KZradio הקצה
Land Of Last Things w. Efrat Katz: I Believe in You // 7.12.22

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 55:20


Fr. Steve Mateja's Podcasts
"Purgatory, a gift or mercy or another option?"--2nd Sunday of Advent 2022. The Last Things: Purgatory

Fr. Steve Mateja's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 14:56


Is Purgatory another destination for the soul?  Or is it the purification of the soul in preparation for it's resting place with God.  Purgatory is scriptural and has constantly been taught by our Holy Catholic faith.  God in His Mercy offers it to us.

Martensdale Community Church
Last Things – Session 39

Martensdale Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 51:12


Eschatology on SermonAudio
The Judgment of the Nations

Eschatology on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 38:00


A new MP3 sermon from Antiquity Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Judgment of the Nations Subtitle: Eschatology, The Last Things Speaker: John Westover Broadcaster: Antiquity Baptist Church Event: Midweek Service Date: 11/23/2022 Bible: Matthew 25 Length: 38 min.

Eschatology on SermonAudio
The Great White Throne Judgment (Part 1/2)

Eschatology on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 36:00


A new MP3 sermon from Antiquity Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Great White Throne Judgment (Part 1/2) Subtitle: Eschatology, The Last Things Speaker: John Westover Broadcaster: Antiquity Baptist Church Event: Midweek Service Date: 11/30/2022 Bible: Revelation 20 Length: 36 min.

Douglas Jacoby Podcast

For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.The Day of the LordThey were not prepared to meet their God (4:12)! And yet they longed for the Day of the Lord, which would be their undoing. Amos is correcting a misconception (Day of Lord) probably developed at Bethel (5:5-6, 7:13).“In fleeing from the lion of the present, such persons will bump into the bear of the future” (Craigie 164).As mentioned earlier, lions inhabited Palestine until about 1300 AD.Bears (2 Samuel 17:8, Proverbs 17:12, Hosea 13:8) survived until the beginning of the 20th century.“The desperate, more detailed pictures of the Day in the prophets (e.g. Is. 13:6-16; Joel 2:1-2, 30-31; Zp. 1:7-16) take their dark colours from Amos' palette” (Hubbard 180).Yet why the stern, dark, severe, judgment?The Lord's demand for righteousness“I cannot stand” || Revelation 3:16. God will no longer take any pleasure in aroma of their sacrifices, which is sickening, not pleasing.Sacrifice without obedience is meaningless ritual (1 Samuel 15:22-23, Psalm 51:16-17, Isaiah 1:10-17, Hosea 6:6, Micah 6:6-8, Jeremiah 7:21-26, Malachi 1:6-14).These were not "solemn assemblies," but noisy festivals. Archaeologists have discovered in Egypt evidence of harps (v.23; see Psalm 33:2) of 10+ strings. Some stood 10-12' high!The best-known verse in Amos is v.24.Righteousness mustn't just stop and start like a desert stream (wadi); it must be consistent, continuous.God's people should be righteous all the time, not just on special occasions.Justice is one of the fundamental attributes of God.Exile is certain!Concerning the "good old days," Israel exhibited general devotion, despite periods of complaint, rebellions, especially in contrast to the present corruption, which make the earlier era appear more righteous. Jeremiah 2:2-3 and Hosea 2:14-15 also look back on those days of relative devotion.Israel will be sent into exile, the ultimate punishment for the covenant people of God.Loss of land, loss of sovereignty, state of being cursed.Opposite of Abrahamic promises (Genesis 12): land, statehood, blessing.ApplicationDon't get caught up in end-time speculations. The day of the Lord is doomsday (doom = judgment in older English). For most this will not be a time of rejoicing. We can only be ready by living right (walking justly -- see also Micah 6:8). For more on this, listen to the audio series Revelation and the End of the World, and also hear the podcasts in the Last Things category.We must be careful not to equate noise and exertion with true zeal. Religion can never take the place of righteousness.There are times for self-reflection, and even for corporate reflection. Yet it is much easier to feel safe in the group. That's why the trumpet blast is so vital; that's why the roar of the lion has a chance to shock us, to bring us back to spiritual reality.I should be praying for the Lord to develop in me a strong sense of social justice. For we will be judged on the basis of our faithfulness to our mission, which is two-pronged: help the poor (Matthew 25) and preach the word (Matthew 28). Neither one of them is optional.AdvancedDark / light (v.20) refer to danger/safety; there are no necessary moral overtones.Does 5:25 suggest the possibility that Israel didn't bring sacrifices in the wilderness? (There is little mention of the sacrificial system in the days of the Tabernacle.) In his speech in Acts 7, Stephen embellishes – changing "beyond Damascus" to "beyond Babylon," thus adapting the passage to the reality of Israel's history.In Acts 15, "the remnant of Edom" has been modified to "the rest of mankind" (citing the LXX). This change enhances the theme of the universalization of the church.Two NT citations of Amos 5:25-27 cited quoted in Acts 7:42-43, and 9:11-12 in Acts 15:16-17.The same two passages quoted in the NT (5:25-27 and 9:11-12) are also cited in the DSS: CD 7:14-15 and CD 7:16, 4QFlor 1:12 respectively.In v.26, two Assyrian astral deities are mentioned, Kaiwan and Sakkuth. The Hebrew vowels have been deliberately changed to heighten the seriousness of the charge of idolatry.

Fr. Steve Mateja's Podcasts
"Prepare for Death!"--1st Sunday of Advent 2022. The Last Things: Death

Fr. Steve Mateja's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 14:53


The Apple. The Golf Ball. Michigan Football. Father Steve continues to preach his homily series on the Last Things--today he preaches the difficult topic of Death.  We must be prepared and "live life backwards!"

Orthodocs.faith
Doctrine of Last Things

Orthodocs.faith

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 34:32


John and Ron conclude their Introduction to Christian Theology series by asking, What can we reasonably say about God's final purposes for creation given what we read in scripture? Wild theories abound. What real biblical expectations do we have, and what do they mean for us today as we live toward what [...] The post Doctrine of Last Things appeared first on Orthodocs.faith.

Parson's Pad Podcast
Prophecy Brief: Things to watch_112322

Parson's Pad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 46:44


Scripture: Ephesians 5:32, Revelation 17:9-13, Revelation 13, John 3:16, 2 Corinthians 5:21LinksG20 Declaration https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/11/16/g20-bali-leaders-declaration/ Codifying same-sex marriage https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/8404 , https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/11/16/senate-marriage-equality-bill/ Transhumanism/Dehumanism https://www.businessinsider.com/concept-incubator-grow-babies-see-through-pod-design-crib-students-par-tu-ri-ent-2017-7?amp COP27 Loss and Damage Funds https://www.cnbc.com/2022/11/20/cop27-new-global-climate-deal-struck-at-conference-in-egypt.html Calvary Chapel Franklin: http://calvarychapelfranklin.com/ Email: info@calvarychapelfranklin.com  The Parsons Pad Website: https://parsonspad.com/ Telegram: https://t.me/+Q4w6ztLRQag6SI5ZRumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1006557?date=this-year Twitter: https://twitter.com/ccfranklintn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalvaryChapelFranklin/  Subscribe to the audio podcast: https://parsonspad.buzzsprout.com/  Calvary Chapel Franklin meets at: Sunday mornings: 1724 General George Patton Drive, Brentwood TN 37027 Wednesday evenings: 7113 Peach Court, Brentwood TN 37027Mail: PO Box 1993 Spring Hill TN 37174 If you need a Bible, please download the free Gideon's app for iPhone or Android: https://gideons.org/  If you would like to support this outreach, please consider donating via PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=QCC42G4JT8U76

Dr. Tom Curran Podcast
November 23 -Be Holy and Live Well

Dr. Tom Curran Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 54:15


Dr. Tom Curran confesses to an attitude of self importance and shares stories about discernment, obedience, the 4 Last Things and waking up! Tom testifies to praying the Rosary live on Facebook.

Martensdale Community Church
Last Things – Session #37

Martensdale Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 44:55


KZradio הקצה
Land Of Last Things w. Efrat Katz: Wawa by The Ocean // 23.11.22

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 55:43


Dr. Tom Curran Podcast
November 21 -Christ the King, Thanksgiving & Last Things

Dr. Tom Curran Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 59:41


Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Monday Co-host Fr. Kurt Nagel to discuss themes related to this last full week in November: the Feast of Christ the King, Thanksgiving and Eschatology.

Fr. Steve Mateja's Podcasts
The Last things: Judgment--Christ the King 2022

Fr. Steve Mateja's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 13:59


Fr. Steve began his preaching series on The Last Things this week which will culminate on the 4th Sunday of Advent.  Jesus Christ is the King of the World and the one who sits on the Judgment seat as mediator between the Father and man.  Our time for Mercy is now--but also, the time for mercy for our loved ones is now also.  Invite them to repent!  

Come Away By Yourselves
Hoping for Heaven

Come Away By Yourselves

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 29:15


Life in Heaven is the supreme goal of our life on earth.   Desiring Heaven is brought about by the theological virtue of hope.  Our longing for Heaven, and our capacity to reach it, is tied to our love of God in this life.  We must learn to love God as our happiness in this life if we wish to enter eternal life confidently.  Hope helps us avoid despair on the one hand, whenever we see the depth of our sinfulness, and keeps presumption at bay on the other hand, whenever we are tempted to falsely "exaggerate" God's mercy.  https://comeawaybyyourselves.com

KZradio הקצה
Land Of Last Things w. Efrat Katz: Join My Dream // 16.11.22

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 57:38


Risen Savior Lutheran Church Sermons
Last Words on Last Things - Luke 21:5-28

Risen Savior Lutheran Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022


Luke 21:5-28Last Words on Last Things I. It Will Get Worse II. It Is Necessary III. It Will Get Better

The Santiago Way Podcast
Fr Martin Vu: The "Last Things" Per The Gospel of Luke

The Santiago Way Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 21:29


Father Martin Vu proclaims the Gospel (Luke 21:5-19) and breaks open the word. Words for your Way from Santiago de Compostela Catholic Church in Lake Forest, California.

Martensdale Community Church
Last Things – Session #36

Martensdale Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 45:22


Ite Ad Joseph
33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time, November 13, 2022.

Ite Ad Joseph

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 8:58


The 4 Last Things: death, judgment, heaven, and hell. 

KZradio הקצה
Land Of Last Things w. Efrat Katz: My Smile Is a Rifle // 9.11.22

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 55:37


Raising the Betts
When Will You Love Jesus?

Raising the Betts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 67:58


It was Halloween and Dom's birthday, plus a camporee with the girls; a bunch of great books; a recipe for chicken thighs and buttered leeks and mushrooms; and then Dom and Melanie discuss why they love all the discussion of the Last Things the Church does in November. The post When Will You Love Jesus? appeared first on StarQuest Media.

Martensdale Community Church
Last Things – Session #35

Martensdale Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 50:00


Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV

Father Ed Broom, OMV, serves as Associate Pastor at St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Religious Order, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and was ordained by Saint John Paul II in St Peter's Basilica on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed is a Retreat Master and teaches Catholic […] The post MEDITATION ON THE LAST THINGS appeared first on Fr. Ed Broom, OMV.

Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality with Fr. Ed Broom, OMV

Father Ed Broom, OMV, serves as Associate Pastor at St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Religious Order, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and was ordained by Saint John Paul II in St Peter's Basilica on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed is a Retreat Master and teaches Catholic […] The post THE LAST THINGS appeared first on Fr. Ed Broom, OMV.