Gilson’s work enjoyed renewed interest on the cusp of the millennium. Portions of this work were reprinted in-- Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture,Volume 3:1,Winter 2000. The editor remarked that “Etienne Gilson, immersed in the religious, intellectual, and political turmoil of this century in 1948, understood brilliantly what was at stake during the century now ending and offered a prescient account of what was in store in the years approaching the start of the third Christian millennium.” And goes on to conclude that “Terrors of the Year Two Thousand, brings into focus the challenges that Christianity must face if it is to overcome the nihilism represented on many fronts in our time, and ends with a reminder of the Christian source of salvation.”
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