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Author: Stephen Hunt
ISBN: 0253340136
Language: English
Category: Theology
Publisher: Indiana University Press (July 1, 2001)
Rating: 4.7
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This timely book examines the impact of Christian millenarian ideas in a comparative and historical perspective .

This timely book examines the impact of Christian millenarian ideas in a comparative and historical perspective with a special emphasis on contemporary religious movements inspired by such ideas. Here one has the whole argument, from the inter-Testamental and earliest Christian periods through medieval and early modern times up to the complex overlaps with the New Age, or Pentecostalism and Neo-Pentecostalism, or Judaising movements like the Seventh-Day Adventists and the Peruvian 'Israelites. from the Foreword by David Martin.

Christian Millenarianism: From the Early Church to Waco, Indiana University Press, 1 July 2001 . The "New" Black Pentecostal Churches: The Growth and Theology of the Redeemed Christian Church of God', Journal of the European Pentecostal Association, 2002.

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Christian Millenarianism: From the Early Church to Waco By Stephen Hunt, page 16. Stephen B. Clark (January 1994). Charismatic Spirituality.

Retrieved 2013-03-08. Paul Josef Cardinal Cordes (December 1997).

Here one has the whole argument, from the inter-Testamental and earliest Christian periods through medieval and early modern times up to the complex overlaps with the New Age, or Pentecostalism and Neo-Pentecostalism, or Judaising movements like the Seventh-Day Adventists and the Peruvian 'Israelites.

STEPHEN HUNT is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Reading, England. One needs a multifaceted, multidisciplinary approach by a variety of expert hands such as have been brought together in this book. an indispensable resource. a truly fascinating read.

Christian Millenarianism: From the Early Church to Waco. "From the Book of Daniel to the Left Behind novels of Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins, John M Court’s Approaching the Apocalypse offers a fascinating history of the startling idea of the end of days within western cultural history. Covering a wealth of different historical and textual material, and opening a window on to 2000 years of Christian eschatological thinking, this lively survey ought to be recommended reading for undergraduate and graduate courses in both apocalyptic ideas and millenarian movements.

Christian Millenarianism. From the Early Church to Waco. Published July 1, 2001 by Indiana University Press. In January 1999, Israel's Health Ministry unveiled plans to deal with what it referred to as 'messianic madness' among the many thousands of Christian pilgrims arriving in the Holy Land for the end-of-millennium celebrations.

Stephen John Hunt is a British professor of sociology at the University of the West of. .

Stephen John Hunt is a British professor of sociology at the University of the West of England  .

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"[To grasp this subject] one needs a multifaceted, multidisciplinary approach by a variety of expert hands such as have been brought together in this book. Here one has the whole argument, from the inter-Testamental and earliest Christian periods through medieval and early modern times up to the complex overlaps with the New Age, or Pentecostalism and Neo-Pentecostalism, or Judaising movements like the Seventh-Day Adventists and the Peruvian ‘Israelites.’" —from the Foreword by David Martin

"Students with a serious interest in the manifestations of millennialism, and those concerned with the origins and motivations embraced by revolutionary ideologies will find this book an indispensable resource;... for laymen it offers a truly fascinating read." —Bryan R. Wilson

This timely book examines the impact of Christian millenarian ideas in a comparative and historical perspective with a special emphasis on contemporary religious movements inspired by such ideas. The contributors are Andrew Bradstock, Eugene Gallagher, Malcolm B. Hamilton, Massimo Introvigne, Orestis Lindermeyer, Kenneth Newport, Susan J. Palmer, Mark Patterson, Martyn Percy, Margaret Poloma, Stanley E. Porter, Ian Reader, Damian Thompson, Andrew Walker, Diane Watt, and Michael York.