The Apocalyspe: Crash Course World Mythology #23


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Published: 11 months ago
Mike Rugnetta is going to tell you stories of death, destruction, divine judgment, damnation, and the occasional happy ending. That's right, this week we're talking about the Apocalypse. Actually we're talking about a bunch of ways the world could end. Prepare for stories of the end times from Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity, and Islam! It's the (mostly) Abrahamic Apocalypses on Crash Course World Mythology.

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Ah, the Tumult will be like Fortnite Battle Royale, that´s easy to imagine!

2 days ago

Just for other's enlightenment: not every Christian believes in the book of Revelation. Some (myself) view it as kind of weird poetry symbolizing the war going on within all of our hearts. Just needed to get that out there.

4 days ago

What's up with the right side of his head?

5 days ago

but don t forget , most ..of the apoc. stories were about a near future rather than a distant...western thought skewed by [fanfare] " the book of Revelation"

1 week ago

Uh you kind of skipped a lot but whatever

1 week ago

jesus doesn´t go back to haven he dies on earth

2 weeks ago

No wonder people are afraid of change.

2 weeks ago

*Apocalypse

2 weeks ago

You should have broken up the the Christian part into the Catholic, Protestant, and Mormon versions of the apocalypse, they are VERY different

2 weeks ago

Jesus will come soon... Believers should be prepared for tribulation...after that will be rapture...may all Believers in the world prepare to receive Jesus their saviour...

Jesus is Lord...

1 month ago

So..did God just forget that humans are an infestation cause it's high time we get an apocalypse and we've had 3 predictions that has passed already.

1 month ago

I thought the new testament described a myth about the four horsemen of the apocalypse. Are there different myths about the apocalypse in christianity? Does that differ per region? Thanks!

1 month ago

From where did you get you're Islamic story cause it's all wrong

1 month ago

Yo, Link me to that flute metal band. WTF

1 month ago

What about the four horseman

1 month ago

And I heard as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beast sang, “come and see” and I saw and behold a white horse (conquest/pestilence)
And I heard as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts sang, “come and see” and I saw and behold a red horse (war)
And I heard as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts sang, “come and see” and I saw and behold a black horse (famine)
And I heard as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts sang, “come and see” and I saw and behold a pale horse and the rider that set atop of him was death, and with him Hell followed.

1 month ago

You forgot al_mahdi the person who will lead with Jesus Christ in Islam world end

2 months ago

Yajuj & Majuj were races of people.

2 months ago

A lot of these stories contain fire engulfing the earth, I’m not religious, and I interpret this in a modern way, it’s probably going to be a nuclear war that does us all in

2 months ago

It's time for the open letter. Dear CrashCourse, you make such great videos! You introduce high school students to information and disciplines that their ordinary course of studies may never reference or expose them to, and you often do so in engaging and invigorating ways. (Only occasionally does it feel like you're pushing an agenda on this or that issue, but hey, neutrality's overrated anyway.) But truthfully, it would have been better to use the standard scholarly definition of an apocalypse as a genre or apocalyptic as a worldview, for which you would've needed either John J. Collins' influential Semeia 14 article or Christopher Rowland's The Open Heaven. Per Collins' definition, apocalypse is "a genre of revelatory literature with a narrative framework, in which a revelation is mediated by an otherworldly being to a human recipient, disclosing a transcendent reality which is both temporal, insofar as it envisages eschatological salvation, and spatial, insofar as it involves another supernatural world." Rowland's definition of the apocalyptic Weltanschauung is more open: apocalyptic is the disclosure of divine or heavenly wisdom about the universe, which may and often does (though does not necessarily) include information about the providential destiny of the cosmos. These definitions would have helped you to be more careful, for example, in defining "apocalypses" in the canonical Old and New Testaments, which generically only include the Books of Daniel and Revelation. It would have been great to introduce high school students to the world of apocalyptic studies! Best wishes, a graduate student in Religious Studies who just finished, defended, and submitted his thesis on John's Apocalypse.

2 months ago

If anything to a level of "GOD" or anything supernatural actually wanted to create enough disharmony to end the planet and world minus this just save my people cause everyone else was bad and deserves death thing that some religions do, it would disassociate from religion and play out ever appocolypes and endtimes prophecy all in one thing from religion to mythology, to occultism.

2 months ago

“Apocalypse” means “revelation”

2 months ago

All hail the donkey!

2 months ago

check your resources for god sake !
WRONG WRONG WRONG WHERE DID YOU GET THESE !?
FIX FIX FIX

2 months ago

i've never heard of a donkey ?!

2 months ago

will dogs and cats live together?

2 months ago

"If you got faith, you safe!"

2 months ago

the Muslim version of God's mercy seems all at better

2 months ago

Islam mentions Jesus? Well that is surprising.

2 months ago

I thought the Dajal Road the Daba or "The beast" which reveals a marking on the people's forehead with either the word "Beliver" or "non-beliver"

2 months ago
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