CenSAMM Symposium The Millennium: A Mystery No More
From June 28-29, 2018, at the Panacea Museum Gardens in Bedford, UK, the Centre for the Critical Study of Apocalyptic and Millenarian Movements (CenSAMM) held a symposium about apocalyptic literature, the final disaster, and the Millennium. The event was attended by such renowned religious experts and scholars as Christopher Rowland, Dean Ireland’s Emeritus Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture, University of Oxford, Massimo Introvigne, Managing Director of CESNUR, the Center for Studies on New Religions in Italy, and Matthew Askey, a priest serving at Southwell Minster Cathedra in Nottinghamshire. During the symposium, Professor Introvigne gave a lecture entitled “Filming the Age of Kingdom”. Partly based on Theof Almighty God musical Human Beings Have Regained the Sanctity They Once Possessed, this stimulating and refreshing lecture provided a clear interpretation of the appearance of the Millennial Kingdom (the Millennium).
Recent years have seen increasingly severe disasters occurring across the globe. The world is becoming ever more chaotic, visions have appeared in the stars, and the prophecies of theare all starting to come true. People have a sense of impending disaster, and some cannot help asking: Will the final disaster destroy the earth? Where will the Millennium appear? And who will be allowed to enter? During the symposium, internationally-renowned religious scholar Professor Introvigne communicated the mystery revealed by of the last days, Almighty God: The Millennial Kingdom (the Kingdom of Christ prophesized in the Book of Revelation of the Bible) will appear on earth following the great catastrophe. For us, all mankind, this is great news!
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