Journal of Millennial Studies
Vol. 2, Issue 2Winter
-Includes Proceedings of the Fourth
Annual Conference of the Center for Millennial Studies-
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|Reviewers for this issue:
||Dr. Eugene Gallagher
||University of Connecticut
||Dr. Bruce Lincoln
||University of Chicago
||Dr. Kenneth Newport
||Liverpool Hope University College
Eschatology and Messianic Figures in Iranian Tradition
Moazami, Yale University
Exposition of the ancient
Zoroastrian eschaotologies. 109K.
Pat Finally Gets Even:
Apocalyptic Asteroids and American Politics in Pat Robertson's The End
of the Age
Watson, Florida State University
Robertson's novel, while
not a literary masterpiece, reveals much about his character and worldview.
Proceedings of the Fourth
Annual Conference of the Center for Millennial Studies
New World Orders: Millennialism
in the Western Hemisphere
Ginger Hanks Harwood, La Sierra University
Women Peace Activists of the 1980s
- The Big Bang and
the Big Bomb:
the Role of Science and Technology in Apocalyptic Belief Systems
Christopher Helland, University
"Science" as symbol or integral
fact of religious life in new religious movements. 32K.
- Negotiating Finality:
Electro-Folk Rhetorics of Apocalypse
Glenn Howard, University of Oregon
Examination of modes of communication
between end-time believers on the web. Very large file, many graphics.
- Rastafarianism and
the Third Millennium:
Cultural Liberation and
the Judgment of the World
R. James, DePauw University
Cultural, historical, and sociological
bases of Jamaica's indigenous millennial system. 134K.
- Massive Retaliation
and the Specter of Salvation
Johnston, University of Western Ontario
U.S. Cold War foreign policy, examined
through the lens of Dulles' millennialistic beliefs. 95K
the Millennial Web of Dreams
Loader, Independent Scholar
Examination of millennial websites,
formatted for HTML viewing.
- Fascist Apocalypse:
William Pelley and Millennial Extremism
Lobb, Syracuse University
1930's right-winger William Pelley
and his broadcast dreams of fascist utopia. 29K.
- The Wonderful
Herbert W. Armstrong's
Vision of Life After the Apocalypse
Lupo, University of Nevada
In the 1940's, Armstrong broadcast
his own vision of the world to come. 54K.
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