2020 Feels Like An Apocalypse Because It Is One

There is no doubt that 2020 has been an unusual year in many respects – but how does a time like this one connect to the Christian understanding of apocalypse? Religion scholar, Giovanni Bazzana, suggests that “it’s important to remember that apocalypse means revelation; it’s the moment that reveals something about one individual’s life or about society in general… I think this is really a moment of big revelations, not revelations in terms of visions or prophecies, but revelations in the sense of seeing the truth of things.”

Find out more about Bazzana’s work as well as the work of other scholars in this Link of the Day.


posted by Dr. Katie M. Deaver

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