On today’s episode Nate chats with Hollywood filmmaker Brian Godawa about his latest book Remnant: The Rescue of the Elect. They also discuss how Brian came out of dispensationalism and how Christians should properly interpret the Book of Revelation.

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Ep 72: Remnant: Rescuing the Proper Interpretation of Revelation with Brian Godawa

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  1. I very much enjoyed this episode. However, I do think you gave Brian Godawa a rather easy ride. I agree that the dispensationalist view is incorrect, and I consider pre-trib rapture to be deeply unbiblical. I also think there is enormous value in understanding the first century context of Revelation, and the Old Testament background to much of the imagery. However, to look at Revelation as being completely or largely fulfilled in the 1st century is another matter altogether. Here in the UK we are less consumed by the dispensationalist view than seems to be the case in America. The preterist seems to be saying “dispensationalism is clearly wrong, there is a lot of sense in preterism, therefore preterism must be the complete lens through which we view revelation”. This view at the very least requires a much deeper analysis and questioning than was provided in the interview.
    For myself I have always favoured the eclectic approach, ie seeking to take full view of the first century context and Old Testament allusions, seeing partial fulfilment in the first century, but seeing a future return of Christ and a persecution of the church. And taking this along with the idealist view, as seeing Revelation as giving general lessons on the battle between good and evil. In this way Revelation is fully relevant in all generations.

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