Yii-Jan Lin

Author, Professor of New Testament, Yale University

Professor of New Testament at Yale University and author of the upcoming book “Immigration and Apocalypse: The Revelation of John in the History of American Immigration

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For many people of faith, the pandemic has felt as close to an apocalypse as the nuclear threat from the Cold War.

The religious roots of today’s apocalypse

For many people of faith, the pandemic has felt as close to an apocalypse as the nuclear threat from the Cold War.

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