Journal of Millennial Studies

Vol. 2, Issue 2Winter 2000
-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
 
Millennialism, Eschatology and Messianic Figures in Iranian Tradition
Mahnaz Moazami, Yale University
Exposition of the ancient Zoroastrian eschaotologies.  109K.

How Pat Finally Gets Even: 
Apocalyptic Asteroids and American Politics in Pat Robertson's The End of the Age

Justin Watson, Florida State University
Robertson's novel, while not a literary masterpiece, reveals much about his character and worldview.  84K.



Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Conference of the Center for Millennial Studies
New World Orders: Millennialism in the Western Hemisphere
 
Seventeenth Century
Nineteenth Century
Twentieth Century


Seventeenth Century

 
Nineteenth Century

Twentieth Century

Ginger Hanks Harwood, La Sierra University

Women Peace Activists of the 1980s