2021revelations Kingdoms Collied

“Revelation: Kingdoms Collide
with Dr. Dan Morrison”

July 28th 2021, 7:00-9:00 PM
in the Worship Center

  • Rather than arguing about the end of the world, why not consider how #Revelation speaks to today?
  • Have we misread the book of Revelation? Join us for an exclusive event with Revelation scholar Dr. Dan Morrison to uncover the message written in the last book of the bible and how revelation has fascinated and puzzled Christians for centuries.
  • While many Christians read the book of Revelation as mostly about future events, it’s best understood as a piece of political protest, speaking against tyranny in the past, present, and future. John is writing to confront Christian Nationalism–in a first-century sort of way. There’s no better person to help us read Revelation in this way than Dr. Dan Morrison.
  • For the second half of the night, Dr. Morrison will be responding to your questions. Keep an eye on our social media and email for an opportunity to submit a question.


Contact Pastor Tom Greenwald if you have questions. tom.g@cccks.org


Dan Morrison joined George Fox in 2020 as an assistant professor of New Testament, working remotely on a half-time basis. He worked the previous three years as an assistant professor of New Testament and expository preaching at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary at Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. During that same span, he served as a U.S. Navy reserve chaplain at Navy Operation Support Center (Springfield, MO). He was also director of the Cordas C. Burnett Center for Biblical Preaching at Evangel (2016-18) and, before that, served as a college and young adult pastor at Evangel Temple Christian Center in Springfield (2014-17). His experience previously included working as a communications manager at McMaster Divinity College in Hamilton, Ontario (2012-14), and as an editor/media specialist (2010-11) and editorial assistant (2007-10) for The Alliance for Assemblies of God Higher Education organization.


He lives in Springfield, Missouri, and attends All Saints Anglican Church in Springfield.