So far probably the best would be a class in apocalyptic literature.
Fineman enumerates “15 Reasons Why American Politics Has Become An apocalyptic Mess,” each summarized in just one paragraph.
At DoD he ran around with his hair practically on fire denouncing cuts to the defense budget in out-sized, apocalyptic terms.
Armies of Heaven A historian vividly examines the apocalyptic First Crusade.
We've spent the past six years dropping apocalyptic after apocalyptic warning.
Way was thoroughly imbued with the apocalyptic belief in the approaching redemption of Israel under the gis of Christianity.
The work of Art is apocalyptic of the artist's own personality.
Like the new name written upon the apocalyptic stone, 'No one knoweth but he that receiveth it.'
It has not the prolixity which is so common a fault of apocalyptic commentators.
What Hellenism and apocalyptic had to give went to Christianity, so far as it survived at all.
1660s, "pertaining to the 'Revelation of St. John' in the New Testament," from Greek apokalyptikos, from apokalyptein (see apocalypse). Meaning "pertaining to the imminent end of the world" evolved by 1880s.