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Although being an eschatological matter and examined usually with its theological context, millennialism is related to the environment and the society in which these thoughts emerge, since it is very related to this world and salvation of a group of people. In early Christianity, millennial matters were not apart from the socio-political conditions of the period. The article argues that in early Christianity, the Church did not expurgate millennial ideas; on the contrary, the writings of somedoi:10.5281/zenodo.3908649 fatcat:mb42ukac7bhhxfntomoyuaup7q