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Blue Collar Eschatology - w/ Michael Hichborn & Joshua Charles

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Avoiding Babylon
Avoiding Babylon
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⁣Demons are the only creatures that possess others. How does that tie into the intriguing concept of the Antichrist being perfectly possessed by the devil? Brace yourselves as we delve into these profound questions and more with our insightful guests, Michael Hichborn & Joshua Charles. We're set to explore the eschatological implications of Tyconius' commentaries on scripture as well as other aspects of eschatology. Hichborn and Charles, known for their well-dressed images, bring an element of sophistication to our discussion, sharing their unique perspectives on the Catholic Church in the US.

Unpacking the symbolism in scripture, we engage in a stimulating discourse on the hermeneutic of Restrain, Release, Return, and the spiritual and temporal hierarchy of the traditional church. We also draw fascinating connections between the implications of the first same-sex marriage in the Western world in 2015 and the symbolism of marriage in biblical prophecy. Moreover, Joshua shares his compelling experiences from Ukraine and the inspiring work being done by humanitarian organizations in the region.

Finally, we move into territory less explored, casting a fresh light on the Punic Wars, likening them to the spiritual life. We also dissect the legend of Aeneas and Dido of Carthage, examining typology and how Jesus and the Apostles interpreted scripture. This episode promises to be a thought-provoking exploration of Christianity, eschatology, and the world we live in. Michael's and Joshua's insights are not to be missed. Stay tuned!



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