Recent Examples of eschatology from the Web
New York was the end of the world, the site of a kind of cultural eschatology; Pittsburgh was a station on life’s way, the geographical end of a state where three rivers converged.
Hawking's gloom goes beyond decay into eschatology.
A real apocalypse, like the killer flu in The Stand — Stephen King’s opus of epidemiologic eschatology — would be off the chart, with an RØ of 5 to 6 and a case fatality rate of 99 percent.
Its delirious eschatology foretells a final unity with the technological divine, through which the elect will make the transition from time into eternity.
Butt relates Bach’s complex sense of time to the evolving Christian understanding of eschatology, of the nature of the Second Coming.
Americans are as active as anyone else in the clash of eschatologies.
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Origin and Etymology of eschatology
First Known Use: 1838See Words from the same year
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