postmillennial


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post·mil·len·ni·al

 (pōst′mə-lĕn′ē-əl) also post·mil·len·ni·an (-ən)
adj.
Happening or existing after the millennium.

postmillennial

(ˌpəʊstmɪˈlɛnɪəl)
adj
(Theology) existing or taking place after the millennium
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Adj.1.postmillennial - of or relating to the period following the millennium
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2) Influencing many of the new Southern Baptist ministers and leaders was a postmillennial eschatology, which in turn helped to create a period of self-confident expansion.
Those in the postmillennial generation are the most accepting of all.
Last, I consider what it means to conceive of speculative fiction as a performative technology, particularly for the author's relationship to the reader and public, as well as for the status of language's and technology's imagined power in postmillennial culture.
With her innovative proposal, which I have discussed elsewhere as representative of postmillennial Brechtian feminism (Fernandez-Morales 2013-2014), Ruhl brings the vindications of the WHM and BCM into this century, when the cause of equity in health is still "an incomplete revolution" (Ehrenreich and English 2005, 362).
It analyzes Anuja Chauhan's Battle For Bittora, a work representative of a larger body of postmillennial fiction in English from India.
With a sound that could only have emerged from the diasporic foment of London, Boy in da Corner offered everything there was to be known about postmillennial Britain's capital city, an unremitting setting so potently conjured, thirteen years on, by This Is Grime.
One could say that both discussed dramatists think drama, theatre, and society in a (post)dramatic form out of the need to tell new and newer stories about the postmillennial crisis of ethics and society conditioned by the neoliberal as well as the post-socialist society.
Also, Jewish American stereotypes have been a neglected area of concern in postmillennial film scholarship.
The monetization of websites using native advertising both converges and clashes with issues of postmillennial online identity.
Such declarations correspond to the Millennial Nation postmillennial view in the United States, which stemmed from the advances in scientific progress as described by Hughes (2004).
Further, his postmillennial views tended to make him optimistic about the prospects that Muslims might turn to Christianity.
MANGALDAN -- How do you encourage the postmillennial generation of Pangasinenses to read the Bible in their mother tongue?