OTHER WORDS FROM apocatastasisap·o·cat·a·stat·ic [ap-uh-kat-uh-stat-ik], /ˌæp əˌkæt əˈstæt ɪk/, adjective
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What else but this is that atrocity of the eternal pains of hell, which agrees so ill with the Pauline apocatastasis?
We will discuss this more fully, however, in the next chapter on the apocatastasis or beatific union.
This splendid dream of the final solidarity of mankind is the Pauline anacefaleosis and apocatastasis.
And what is this cosmic dream of Bonnefon's but the plastic representation of the Pauline apocatastasis?
The apocatastasis is more than a mystical dream: it is a rule of action, it is a beacon beckoning us to high exploits.