U.S. evangelicals in the Cold War were able to draw on an American apocalyptic narrative that included Native American, European, and African traditions. This chapter shows that premillennialism, as a part of that narrative, helped evangelicals make sense of a Cold War world. At the same time, evangelical eschatology shaped the way conservative Protestants defined time and history.
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