Table of contents for Millennial violence : past, present, and future / edited by Jeffrey Kaplan.


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Introduction                              Jeffrey Kaplan   1
MILLENNIUM-RELATED SECURITY REPORTS
Project Megiddo                       FBI (United States)  27
Doomsday Religious Movements           Canadian Security
Intelligence Service  53
Events at the End of the Millennium:      Ehud Sprinzak,
Possible Implications for the  Ya 'akov Ariel, Uri Ne'eman
Public Order in Jerusalem             and Amnon Ramon     61
SCHOLARLY ANALYSIS OF THE THREE MILLENNIUM
REPORTS
Project Megiddo, the FBI and the
Academic Community                       Michael Barkun   97
Questioning the Frame: The Canadian,
Israeli and US Reports                 Eugene Gallagher  109
Ten Comments on Watching Closely
the Gaps Between Beliefs and Actions Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi 123
WIDER ISSUES IN THE MILLENNIUM DEBATE
Spectres and Shadows: Aum Shinriky6
and the Road to Megiddo                      lan Reader  147



Apocalypse - Not in Finland. Millenarianism
and Expectations on the Eve of the Year 2000  Leena Malkki 187
Cult and Anticult Totalism:                Dick Anthony,
Reciprocal Escalation and                Thomas Robbins
Violence                        and Steven Barrie-Anthony  211
THE MEDIEVAL CONTEXT
What Happens when Jesus Doesn't Come:
Jewish and Christian Relations in
Apocalyptic Time                          Richard Landes 243
Medieval Apocalypticism, Millennialism
and Violence                          E. Randolph Daniel 275
Abstracts                                                301








Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Violence Religious aspects, Two thousand, A, D, Millennialism