Dr. Henze is the founding director of the Program in Jewish Studies. His most recent monograph, Jewish Apocalypticism in Late First Century Israel, is the first of two interrelated volumes he is writing on the Syriac Apocalypse of Barcuh, an early Jewish apocalypse. The second volume will be a critical commentary on the same text, to appear in the Commentaries on Early Jewish Literature (CEJL) series.
Apocalypse Then And Now - RELI.339.001
A close reading of some early Jewish and Christian apocalypses, a discussion of the apocalyptic worldview, and an examination of America's fascination with the Apocalypse in media and science.