A podcast discussion of Zinzendorf, the Moravian Brethren and apocalypticism, featuring Christina Petterson.
Report on the 2019 CenSAMM Conference, 27-28 June 2019: The Study of Apocalyptic and Millenarian Movements: Critical and Interdisciplinary Approaches
A podcast discussion of the Nation of Islam and apocalypticism, featuring Herb Berg.
A podcast discussion of Christian origins, with a particular focus on the Gospel of Matthew and 'Q'. Featuring Erin Roberts and Sarah Rollens.
Video of Paula Fredriksen discussing here new book, When Christians Were Jews, with a response from CenSAMM Co-Academic Director, James Crossley, and general Q&A
James Crossley looks at how religion and violence are presented in contemporary English political discourse with reference to the recent controversial rejection of asylum based on the Bible
A round-up of new books in Apocalyptic and Millenarian Studies published during 2018.
Jason King discusses the use of biblical apocalypticism to address environmental themes in the popular US children's TV show Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
Sarah E. Rollens looks at the significance (or otherwise) of apocalyptic thought in Christian origins, the transmission of the earliest traditions about Jesus, and 'Q'.
Christina Petterson discusses apocalypticism among the Moravian Brethren and the ideas of Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1700-1760).
Sean Durbin looks at the world of American Christian Zionism and the pastor and televangelist, John Hagee