Origin of eschatology
Examples from the Web for eschatological
This being 2012, the year the world may or may not end, certain people may find themselves in an eschatological mindset.
Obama cannot establish a new agency without being accused of having an eschatological intention of transmogrifying American life.
The later Egyptian eschatological development was not unlike the later Hindu.Introduction to the History of Religions|Crawford Howell Toy
“They shall see God” is probably used here in an eschatological sense.Sources of the Synoptic Gospels|Carl S. Patton
It developed no specific moral code, no eschatological and soteriological systems, no comprehensive view of nature or of the gods.Evolution Of The Japanese, Social And Psychic|Sidney L. Gulick
This reason lay in the dominant attitude of Christians, which was what we call “eschatological.”
Of course such a limitation to his philosophy of life leaves out of account all supernatural and eschatological considerations.The Five Great Philosophies of Life|William de Witt Hyde
British Dictionary definitions for eschatological
Word Origin for eschatology
Word Origin and History for eschatological
1844, from Greek eskhatos "last, furthest, uttermost, extreme, most remote" (from ex "out of," Boeotian es-; see ex-) + -ology. Originally in theology, the study of the four last things: death, judgment, heaven, hell. Related: Eschatological; eschatologically.