Origin of chiliasm
OTHER WORDS FROM chiliasmchil·i·ast [kil-ee-ast], /ˈkɪl iˌæst/, nounchil·i·as·tic, adjective
How to use chiliasm in a sentence
Indeed, Russia had become a dangerous compound of medieval authoritarianism combined with a chiliastic Marxist-Leninist ideology.
A symptom of the same despair is the rise of chiliastic aspirations, and the belief in the approaching end of the world.The History of Freedom|John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
In the West the Chiliastic hopes were little or not at all affected by the Montanist struggle.
Nor does this nation appear any further even in the chiliastic train of thought.
The Apologists were silent about chiliastic hopes, Justin even denied them in Apol.
With the chiliastic view of history this newly acquired theory has nothing in common.