Sources used for this article
Mervyn Bendle, “The Apocalyptic Imagination and Popular Culture,” Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, Fall, 2005. Nicholas Campion, “Nazism and Marxism,” Apocalypticism Explained, PBS Frontline, 2012. Christine Huda Dodge, The Everything Understanding Islam Book: A Complete Guide to Muslim Beliefs, 2003. Russell Dynes, “Noah and Disaster Planning: The Cultural Significance of the Flood Story,” Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, 2003. Paula Fredriksen, “Jesus & John the Baptist,” Apocalypticism Explained, PBS Frontline, 2012. Frank Kermode, The Sense of an Ending: Studies in the Theory of Fiction, 1967. Craig Koester, Revelation and the End of All Things, 2001. Richard Kyle, “Visions of the End: A History of the Last Days,” Direction Journal, Spring, 1997. Robert Leonhard, Visions of Apocalypse: What Jews, Christians and Muslims Believe about the End Times, May, 2010. Joel Richardson, Antichrist: Islam’s Awaited Messiah, 2006. Harun Yahya, Clarity Amidst Confusion: Imam Mahdi and the End of Time, 2008.