Episode Twelve, the newest episode in Revelation: An Idealist Interpretation was uploaded to our You Tube channel this morning. It’s loaded with illustrations from The Bamberg Apocalypse, an illuminated manuscript made between 1000 and 1020 A.D. at the Scriptorium at Reichenau, Germany, under authorization by the Holy Roman Emperor Otto III. Continue reading “Revelation – Episode 12 and Fourth Sunday After Trinity”
Episode 11 in Revelation: An Idealist Interpretation includes my first use of illustrations from the 11th through the 19th centuries depicting scenes from Revelation The focus in this episode is Chapter 6, St. John’s account of the opening of the
first six of the seven seals, including St. John’s vision of the Four Horses of the Apocalypse, the fate of the souls and martyrs “under the altar” and the great cataclysm of earthquake, sun darkening, and the moon and stars falling. Continue reading “Revelation – Episode 11 and Third Sunday After Trinity”
It was exciting and very satisfying yesterday to have completed and uploaded both a Podcast Homily for First Sunday After Trinity and Episode 10 in Revelation: An Idealist Interpretation.
The Podcast Homily for First Sunday After Trinity is focused primarily on the Gospel reading from Luke 16:19-31, the Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus. Continue reading “First Sunday After Trinity and Revelation – Episode 10”