- Millennial Dreams and Apocalyptic Nightmares
- Oxford University Press
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.
apocalyptic narrative, Cold War, eschatology, evangelical, premillennialism
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