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Equal parts "Mad Max" and "The Stand," this post apocalyptic saga is set in a world 15 years after the collapse of the world as we know it. A brother and sister grow up in rural Maine and unwittingly embark on a adventure to save the City from the religious zealots and ruthless military fight for control over the fallen world. An epic serialized audio drama adventure with 30+ actors, cinematic sound design and original music. Winner of Mark Time Award for sci-fi audio and finalist in Romania ...
 
The Apocalyptic Gospel Podcast explores the Gospel as a first-century Jew would have understood it. A conversation about the Gospel, the Kingdom of God, or the Day of the Lord in the first century would have evoked a body of ideas not immediately present with a simple word study of these terms. In this weekly podcast, Bill, John, and Josh mine the Torah, Biblical Prophets, and Second Temple writings for the origin and development of these ideas as we help give context to this first-century J ...
 
Apocalyptic conversations are poignant and timely interactions with people of passion and purpose; making sense common through conversation and generative listening. We discover new things or ways to perceive connections within each of us as co-creators bridging diversity, equality and inclusion with a new living awareness in the new normal - based on original One World (1990-92) in Phoenix. How are you guiding the future? What's your 'new normal' going to be? Are you still stuck in the last ...
 
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One World in a New World with Char Murphy Esq. - Author, Cancer Survivor, Speaker Deemed the 'Best Lawyer in Central Arkansas,' Char's choice of firm name - Murphy's Law - certainly gave a new spin on an old saying. Her activity was the opposite, moved by the connection she developed with worlds beyond common, such as working with angels. You're pr…
 
It's a fan rage episode this week as Shawn discusses the frustration fans have had over both Resident Evil's new trailer and the deflowering of Master Chief on the Halo TV show. Other topics include: - Another time traveler pinpoints the end of the world, but this time it's sooner than you might think - Black Mirror is coming back! Let's look at Sh…
 
This week, we’re introducing you to Overleaper, a new show from Realm starring Thora Birch. Listen and subscribe to Overleaper wherever you get your podcasts, or visit Realm.fm (and sign up for our newsletter while you're at it!) On a covert mission in Afghanistan, Staff Sergeant Audrey Beach is sent through a mysterious door where she encounters a…
 
In this episode, we give a brief overview of the book of Deuteronomy. We discuss some of the major themes of covenant, law, and land as we survey the book chapter by chapter. The book of Deuteronomy is often neglected in Christian tradition, but it was foundational for the oracles of the prophets and later the teachings of Jesus and the apostles. S…
 
One World in a New World with Carrie Leaf - Author, Holistic Mindset Coach You'll really want to watch this entire conversation. The amazing bridge between generations and the communication flow is nothing shore of superb. It's proof that when we seek ways to come together and share, there are no age gaps. It will be well worth your time. Please do…
 
Shawn and Tina join forces to discuss all of the week's latest post-apocalyptic and sci-fi news from the deepest depths of the internets. This week's topics include: - The Day Before has been delayed until next year - Made in Abyss Season 2 is coming in July - Jodie Comer stars in The End We Start From - Love Death + Robots Season 3 hits Netflix on…
 
In this episode we look at several themes in the book of Numbers that are pushed forward apocalyptically by second-temple literature and the New Testament. Many events in the Book of Numbers–for example, the manna, the snake on the pole, and the wanderings of Israel in the wilderness–are interpreted typologically within a Jewish apocalyptic framewo…
 
One World in a New World with Thomas Legrand - Author, Lead Technical Advisor UNDP You'll be engaged by this deep dive into yet another possibility in the paths to understanding and finding life's purpose. The conversation reveals much understanding and wisdom for the process of moving forward collectively to engage a better future together. We cov…
 
What has the internet up in arms this week? Join Shawn as he discusses all of the latest post-apocalyptic news of the week, including: - Stray may finally be releasing soon! - Shawn's top post-apocalyptic Kickstarter projects for May - Tina's book review for Star Wars: Phasma - Haiku the Robot is now live on Steam - What happened with The Walking D…
 
In this episode we look at how Second Temple Jews, Jesus, and the apostles understand and project forward the major themes of Leviticus. Similar to how other themes in the Tanakh are “apocalypticized,” offering and sacrifice, the priesthood, and the calendar of feasts and holidays are understood in light of apocalyptic eschatology. For Jesus and th…
 
Your host has been called an organizational bricoleur, a polymath, deep thinker and researcher and it comes out in his comfortable and open yet focused style. He's been a transformational coach and team building facilitator for decades, with a rich inner life as well. (BeTheDream.com & TeamPartnering.com) David came out of working with the Environm…
 
In this episode we discuss how Second Temple Jews understood Moses and Mount Sinai. The giving of the Torah accompanied by angels, the revelation of the age to come, and the projection of Sinai eschatologically are all presumed by Jews at the time. These ideas, for example, are reflected in the account of the Mount of Transfiguration and in encount…
 
Zen Benefiel, Author and Transformational Life Coach (BeTheDream.com) takes us on another apocalyptic (uncovering knowledge) journey in making sense common. Zen is a polymath, deep thinker and researcher and it comes out in his comfortable and open yet focused style. You really need to listen to or watch this episode. It is full of tasty tidbits of…
 
Shawn is back this week with all of the most current (and not-so-current) post-apocalyptic news, including favorite articles from the site, what he's playing, and what's coming up in post-apocalyptic media next week. Topics include: - Impact Winter is getting a prequel comic - What is in the perfect bug-out bag? - What is Yakamoz S-245? - Love, Dea…
 
In this episode we discuss the important figure of Moses, who takes on a unique authority in Second Temple literature, extending the narrative found in the Tanakh. Because of his special relationship with God, he is given unique revelation of the end times and the coming Messiah. Moses is also viewed as something of a precursor to the Messiah, one …
 
Zen Benefiel, Author and Transformational Life Coach (BeTheDream.com) takes us on another apocalyptic (uncovering knowledge) journey in making sense common. Zen is a polymath, deep thinker and researcher and it comes out in his comfortable and open yet focused style. Make sure you subscribe, please! You'll be glad you did. Closed Captions (CC) in m…
 
Shawn and Tina joins forces again this week to discuss the latest post-apocalyptic media news and Tina's love for a certain Fallout 4 companion. Topics include: - UFO abductions results in "unaccounted for" pregnancies. Surprise! - All the latest on The Walking Dead and its 200 spin-offs - The Wasteland game universe almost landed a TV show pilot -…
 
In this episode we look at Isaac, Jacob, and his twelve sons and how Second Temple Jews read and interpreted them. Particularly, The Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs gives us insight into how Jews framed the election and future of Israel. Jews at the time were not myopic nationalists who were unconcerned and uninformed about the nations, but rat…
 
Zen Benefiel, Author and Transformational Life Coach (BeTheDream.com) takes us on another apocalyptic (uncovering knowledge) journey in making sense common. Zen is a polymath, deep thinker and researcher and it comes out in his comfortable and open yet focused style. Make sure you subscribe, please! You'll be glad you did.Closed Captions (CC) in mu…
 
This week, Shawn is joined by special guest Gary Morgenstein, author of A Mound over Hell and A Fastball for Freedom, two sci-fi novels in a planned trilogy about the importance of baseball in a post-apocalyptic world. Gary and Shawn discuss the origins of the unique story, Gary's influences, his writing process, and much more. You can find Gary's …
 
Bill, John, and Josh tackle your questions in this fifth Q&A episode. Topics include realized eschatology, dispensationalism, and supersessionism, the Transfiguration, and the New Covenant. Show notes: Are we “under” the kingdom of God now? (2:43) What do you think about Paula Fredriksen’s understanding of Romans 1 and “the resurrection of the dead…
 
Zen Benefiel, Author and Transformational Life Coach (BeTheDream.com) takes us on another apocalyptic (uncovering knowledge) journey in making sense common. Zen is a polymath, deep thinker and researcher and it comes out in his comfortable and open yet focused style. Make sure you subscribe, please! You'll be glad you did.Closed Captions (CC) in mu…
 
The podcast is back this week with more post-apocalyptic media news as recorded from our Twitch livestream. If you like to see Shawn say "um" a lot and mix up Chris Rock with Kid Rock, this is the livestream for you! Topics include: - The Walking Dead's spin-off of a spin-off is premiering April 10 - The new Resident Evil TV show will hit Netflix o…
 
In this episode we discuss how Jews in the Second Temple period framed Abraham within the apocalyptic narrative of redemptive history. The covenant with and election of Abraham was commonly understood in light of the eschatological judgment and the resurrection of the dead. Additionally, Abraham’s faith was also celebrated by Jewish writers of the …
 
Zen Benefiel, Author and Transformational Life Coach (BeTheDream.com) takes us on another apocalyptic (uncovering knowledge) journey in making sense common. Zen is a polymath, deep thinker and researcher and it comes out in his comfortable and open yet focused style. Make sure you subscribe, please! You'll be glad you did.Closed Captions (CC) in mu…
 
In this episode we interview Rabbi Joshua Berman, professor of Tanakh at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. Rabbi Berman discusses some of his work related to critical scholarship and the Torah as well as some of his thoughts about Jewish election, the covenant, and the purpose of the Tanakh. He explains how through the election of Abraham, God creates…
 
Zen Benefiel, Author and Transformational Life Coach (BeTheDream.com) takes us on another apocalyptic (uncovering knowledge) journey in making sense common. Zen is a polymath, deep thinker and researcher and it comes out in his comfortable and open yet focused style. Make sure you subscribe on YouTube, please! https://youtube.com/c/OneWorldinaNewWo…
 
Shawn is back this week with another episode full of post-apocalyptic news, but this time it was livestreamed! While this was more or less a spur-of-the-moment practice run, Shawn does plan to livestream the podcast more often. Stay tuned to our Discord channel for more info. Topics include: - Michael B. Jordan joins Will Smith for the next chapter…
 
In this episode we discuss the election of Abraham and its development in Second Temple Literature and the New Testament. God’s choice of Abraham after the Tower of Babel is understood as the antidote for the idolatry and rebellion that had come to define the rest of the world. Rather than modern concepts of election as developed in the Reformation…
 
Like Paul Harvey said, "and now, for the rest of the story.' In times like these, the conversations that matter inspire a deeper connection to life with self, others, and the world around us. Part 2 of the 2021 features short clips from empathic and generative chats that are at times poignant and, at others, salient with tasty tidbits for transform…
 
Tina and Shawn are back again this week to discuss all of the week's biggest post-apocalyptic new stories, including Tina's review of Snowpiercer's latest season so far and Shawn's review of The Walking Dead's 11th season so far. Plus, the two discuss their impressions of the Audible audio drama Impact Winter. All reviews and impressions here are s…
 
In this episode we discuss the rebellion narratives found in early Genesis. In Eden’s garden in Genesis 3, in the consensual marriage of the sons of God and the daughters of men in Genesis 6, and at Babel’s tower in Genesis 11 we see not only a paradigm for the redemptive narrative, but also of the great judgment on the Last Day. We develop the con…
 
Beginning in June of 2021, new conversations developed and dove into areas not often addressed in the marketplace, let alone everyday lives. Our goal was to demonstrate that deep dives into the relationship between inner and outer realities is not only possible, they are so very similar across the vast backgrounds of the guests. This gives us hope,…
 
In this episode we discuss creation as a paradigm for redemption. We looked at Genesis and the creation narrative as the seedbed of eschatological expectation in Jewish tradition. The Tanakh, like the later second temple Jewish literature, sees eschatological hope for everlasting life in context to a new heavens and a new earth. By the time of the …
 
In this week's show, Shawn is joined by Tim Watts, the creator of a brand new graphic novel called The Republic, which is hitting Kickstarter this week. Shawn and Tim talk about how the project came together, Tim's biggest influences for the story, and the state of post-apocalyptic media today. You can check out Tim's Kickstarter for The Republic h…
 
Each episode we take deep dives into personal awareness, inner connections and realizations that transform into practical applications in the outer world. It's our way of sharing learning, understanding and wisdom for the times - offering considerations for the great 'weset' and 'upwising' that starts with people just like you that are seeking conf…
 
The Walking Dead, Raised by Wolves, Attack on Titan, and Snowpiercer are all back in full swing. It's a great time to be alive. But there's so much more to talk about! This week's topics include: - The Last of Us TV show has been pushed back to 2023 - The first cast member of the Fallout TV show has been announced... to play a ghoul! - Pacific Rim …
 
In this episode we begin our discussion on Genesis and the Torah, highlighting some of the primary themes in the creation narrative of Genesis. While often read differently in our modern context than it would have been in the Ancient Near East as well as in second temple Jewish texts, the creation of the heavens and the earth sets the framework for…
 
YouTube | Discord | Twitter So y'all probably noticed that PANR (podcast edition) has been off the air for over a year! That's because both Seamus and Izze have had very full plates. This episode's audio talks about Seamus' struggles this past year. Izze has been dealing with their day job and pretty severe burnout as well, so PANR on the whole too…
 
Lisa Ma converted a highly-developed skill set to fulfill a passion for helping humanity. She believes we're stronger together and can co-create a strategic path that unites superpowers toward a greater vision for humanity's future. Her superpower is connecting people, for instance. Others have gifts and skills that are complementary to a shift tow…
 
In another apocalyptic chat, Mark starts off by acknowledging the children he's had the chance to share his books with (below) and how they have re-instilled his sense of awe and wonder. Children are fearless and haven't learned or been conditioned to be guarded about their awe and wonder. Regarding his children's books, he speaks to the creation o…
 
This week's episode of the podcast is heavy on the love for The Walking Dead and Horizon Forbidden West, not necessarily in that order! Topics include: - Why won't Shawn buy a PlayStation 4 or 5 for Horizon Forbidden West's launch? No one knows - What does Negan actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan regret most about his Walking Dead character? - Spoiler-free …
 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Matthew Thiessen, associate professor Religious Studies at McMaster University. We discuss the anti-Jewish bias often brought to the scriptures by traditional Christian readings of the Tanakh, and how this bias radically affects our readings of Jesus and Paul. Show notes: How Dr. Thiessen got into New Testament stu…
 
What would you expect from a consultant specializing in the formation and launch of new businesses, the review and turn-around of existing companies, and optimization of operations, management team, business or revenue model, and marketing/sales strategy? This conversation is quite different than you would expect. Doug is more about BEing than DOin…
 
Tina joins Shawn again for this 61st episode of the podcast to talk about the week in post-apocalyptic news, including what they've watching, reading, and playing this week. Topics include: - The Tales of the Walking Dead anthology series has announced some cast members including Terry Crews and Parker Posey - Crossout Mobile is here for both Andro…
 
In this episode we look particularly at the issue of supersessionism, the idea that Israel and the Old Testament has been superseded and replaced by Jesus, the Church, and the New Testament. We dive into R. Kendall Soulen’s classic treatment on supersessionism in “The God of Israel and Christian Theology”, examining the various aspects of punitive,…
 
We thank all the viewers and please do subscribe. You'll get fresh content on a weekly basis. We start off recapping our original meeting through a leadership conference for American Society for Training and Development (now Association for Talent Development) which has chapters in 147 countries. We talk about his transition from ASTD and why he ma…
 
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