[ UK /mɪlɪnˈe‍əɹi‍ən/ ]
  1. a person who believes in the coming of the millennium (a time of great peace and prosperity)
  1. relating to or believing in the millennium of peace and happiness
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How To Use millenarian In A Sentence

  • There has already been speculation from the apocalyptically inclined about how a Gibsonian reading of the Popol Vuh might dovetail with Christian millenarian prophecies of the End Times.
  • The attempt to act in accordance with a system of ideas is invariably denounced as ideological, fanatical, utopian or millenarian.
  • His apostles, as well as the great body of primitive Christians, held and taught what some call chiliasm, or millenarianism, can as readily be substantiated. American Lutheranism Volume 2: The United Lutheran Church (General Synod, General Council, United Synod in the South)
  • It foundered long before its appointed sixteen-month term because an aggressive minority within it tried to steer it towards an over-radical reform of the law and a millenarian rule of the saints.
  • But the exhibition also commemorates the many millenarian communities - like the Shakers - that once dotted the American landscape.
  • He was a prophet and a postmillenarian, and if idealism clashed with reality, he was certain idealism would prevail. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • Those who wage such struggles may choose to sport middle-class suits and exploit the spread of advanced technology, but their mentalities are a mixture of the anti-modern, the millenarian and the tribal in outlook.
  • Their commitment to improving the human lot through a fuller knowledge of nature was closely connected with their millenarianism.
  • Economists are exposed by climatologists as utopian fantasists, the leaders of a millenarian cult as mad as, and far more dangerous than, any religious fundamentalism.
  • The Plague offers a salutary counterweight to such utopian longings and millenarian consolations.
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