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Definition of Messianism
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Messianism
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1. The Messianic Hope in the New Testament by Shailer Mathews (1905)
"CHAPTER II THE POLITICO-SOCIAL PROGRAM OP REVOLUTIONARY messianism WHILE it is true that under the pressure of political misery both transcendental and ..."
2. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1910)
"messianism of Earlier Partof Enoch (52). The Psalms of Solomon (§ 3). The Later Part of Enoch (J ... Late Jewish messianism. General Characteristics (5 1). ..."
3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"And here writers were influenced by the two contrary currents of Catholicism and messianism. The strong revival of religion in France could not but ..."
4. The Spirit of Russia: Studies in History, Literature and Philosophy by Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (1919)
"In contradistinction with Herzen, Bakunin laid stress rather upon Slav than upon Russian messianism. The difference is explicable from the consideration ..."
5. Outline of New Testament Christology: A Study of Genetic Relationships by John Cowper Granbery (1909)
"I. JEWISH messianism Were the subject of our study the personality of Jesus, we should begin with Israelitish prophetism instead of Jewish messianism, ..."
6. The German Soul in Its Attitude Towards Ethics and Christianity, the State by Friedrich Hügel (1916)
"And this, although the Revelation of St. John contains not a little of the warlike messianism and of a spirit ..."
7. Jesus and the Christian Religion by Francis Augustus Henry (1916)
"messianism THE "Messianic Hope" as we meet with it in the time of Jesus sprang from roots in the distant past. A conviction of the power and the favor of ..."