On this episode of the Ephesiology Podcast, Michael and Andrew sit down with Dr. Scot McKnight for a discussion of his latest book, Revelation for the Rest of Us. Scot tells us that the instinct of the average person in the pew is a modified view of dispensationalism. Confused by the term? Join the podcast to hear more about the relationship between dispensationalism, civil religion, and Christian nationalism along with the focus on what it means to be a dissident disciple of Jesus. Scot warns that we end up diluting the Christian faith when we connect Washington D.C. and Christianity.
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