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millennial

An individual of the generation whose members were born between roughly 1980 and 2000. Ever since millennials started moving into our town, every other building is a yoga studio or a coffee shop.

millennial pink

A light shade of pink that became especially trendy in 2017. "Millennial" refers to the generation whose members were born between roughly 1980 and 2000. I think a millennial pink accent wall would look great in here, don't you?
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Just as Mann, Beecher believed that education could renovate society, but she did not take the opportunity to endorse millennialist beliefs.
During this period, he developed other means to pursue his millennialist mission.
His areas of research include nineteenth-century religious thought, British-Israelism, and millennialist theory.
While communism at least expressed an alleged commitment to Enlightenment ideals that may be acceptable in themselves, Islamists propound an extremely reactionary ideological mishmash of anti-Western, anti-Christian, anti-Semitic, anti-modern, anti-intellectual, genocidal, misogynistic, homophobic, barbaric, violence-laden, theocratic and millennialist drivel--all of which is readily accessible to anyone who takes the time to read, listen to, or watch the masses of Islamist material that have been produced over the past three decades and that are increasingly freely available on the Web.
This paper explores some of the implications of this early-modern millennialist reading strategy, considering the implications of both collapsing ancient Israel with then-contemporary England and the conversion or "calling of the Jewes" (Archer 48) that millennialists held was an essential precursor to their Christian utopia.
We will try to persuade them out of their various racist, dogmatic, millennialist, and otherwise non-empirical, anti-pluralist convictions--so long as they limit themselves to trying to persuade us.
Yet, while this millennialist theology is certainly an important part of the Christian Right's support of a militaristic and expansionist Jewish state, fundamentalist Christian Zionism in America may be largely a subset of an even more dangerous heresy: Manichaeanism, the belief that reality is divided into absolute good and absolute evil.
97; William Chaloupka, "The Irrepressible Lightness and Joy of Being Green: Empire and Environmentalism," in ENC; Lee Quinby, "Taking the Millennialist Pulse of Empire's Multitude: A Genealogical Feminist Diagnosis," in ENC; and Aronowitz, "New World Order" p.
O'Grady's new hero was the eighteenth-century millennialist Francis Dobbs, who helped organize the Volunteers of 1782.
The intellectual framework of the Anglo-American conflict was shaped by the rhetoric of republican idealism, which pervaded the ideological structure of all the revolutionary writing of the time, aiming primarily at extracting emotional consensus, at blurring any disparities of wealth, and interpreting the idea of America through the prism of a "civil millennialist" discourse.
Yes, Christian millennialist expectations must play some role in the explanation of modern hopefulness.
The roots of the seemingly strange alliance between Jewish and Christian Zionisms can be traced back to the early 1800s, in England, when millennialist Protestant fundamentalists, with political leadership from Lord Shaftesbury, began to advocate the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine.
The bar even retains a parodic trace of the building's original religious function in the millennialist zeal of one of its patrons, a detail Nadel connects to the spiritualist fervor of the American Renaissance (89-92, 95).
Especially when one considers the long and sordid consequences of America's historical fantasy of being a "redeemer nation"--granted, in Woodrow Wilson's words, "the infinite privilege of fulfilling her destiny and saving the world"--it is insufficient to call the current administration back to a default "internationalism," which, although vastly preferable to the current Caesarism, is still predicated on millennialist delusions.