Podcast #122 – Robert M. Price on the Book of Revelation

We wrap up our extended look at the Book of Revelation with an interview with Dr. Robert M. Price, theologian and author of (among other books) The Reason Driven Life. For more about Dr. Price visit his official website: robertmprice.mindvendor.com.

(Correction: We state in the podcast we’re presenting the last three chapters, but actually it’s the last four.)

Plus: The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart almost nails historical revisionist David Barton, one of the movers and shakers behind the “America is a Christian nation” myth.

Announcements:

The Secular Coalition for America is holding their Biennial Strategic Summit May 19-21 in Washington, DC.

If you’re going to be in Tampa, Florida May 13-15 check out the first International Freethought Film Festival.

A reminder that David Driscoll’s Secular Nation podcast is now the Secular World podcast!

Finally, check out Mike Lee’s The Religious Antagonist on YouTube.

Hosted by John C. Snider and David Driscoll. Recorded May 8, 2011.

To listen to this episode click here.

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6 Responses to Podcast #122 – Robert M. Price on the Book of Revelation

  1. That was a good interview, I especially liked the part with the chipmunk! I thought I heard it was a squirrel at the beginning but at the end thought you said it was a chipmunk, which was it? I really do enjoy listening to Dr. Price, he knows his topic so well and can summon that knowledge up on command so easily!

  2. Definitely a chipmunk. Sadly, I think the cat got him the next day. :(

  3. Rob says:

    The title of the book is “The Revelation”, not “Revelations”. This error was repeated many times during the podcast. Just sayin’.

  4. Rob says:

    Oops! Just heard the correction. Sorry.

  5. It’s Driscoll’s fault. He starts saying “Revelations” and then gets me doing it. :)

  6. David says:

    Yup, my fault. I cringed when I listened. Dr. Price certainly knows his stuff, he has forgotten more than I know about the bible and I know a fair amount.

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