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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52677
Doc. No:TL22631
Call number:‭MR46891‬
Main Entry:Brandon John Marriott
Title & Author:Blurring boundaries: The transmission of millennial information across the seventeeth-century Judeo-Christian frontierBrandon John Marriott
College:Simon Fraser University (Canada)
Date:2008
Degree:M.A.
student score:2008
Page No:115
Abstract:This study explores the manner in which religious ideas transcended political, geographical, linguistic, and religious frontiers in the seventeenth century. Focusing on the Judaic Sabbatian movement in the Ottoman Empire and the Christian Fifth Monarchy Men in England, this project examines the networks of communication that merchants, diplomats, and millenarians utilized in order to spread millennial news between these two locations and groups. As such, this study blurs the boundary between the Sabbatian movement and Fifth Monarchy Men by highlighting their interconnections and simultaneously provides insight into early-modern cross-religious interactions and globalization. Keywords. Sabbatian Movement; Sabbatai Sevi; Fifth Monarchy Men; Fifth Monarchy Movement; England; Ottoman Empire; Christianity; Judaism; Syncretism; Early-Modern World; Merchants; Diplomats; Millenarians; Intellectual History; Apocalypticism; Millennialism; Cross-Religious Influence; Cross-Religious Transmission; Networks of Communication; Early-Modern Globalization. Subject terms. Shabbethai Tzevi, 1626-1676; Sabbathaians; Fifth Monarchy Men; Millennium Eschatology.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Religious history; 0320:Religious history
Added Entry:Simon Fraser University (Canada)