- eschenbach, wolfram von
Origin of eschatology
Examples from the Web for eschatology
Chávez imported more than just personnel and advice; he imported the Cuban Revolution's eschatology virtually whole.
As for conservative ideology, it is saturated with eschatology.
In any case, the details of Christian eschatology must not engage us much in interpreting Goethe's epigram.The Epic|Lascelles Abercrombie
While rejecting purgatory, Protestantism took over this eschatology.
It is from this eschatology that Plato derives the moral sanctions which he employs in his State.Aristotle and Ancient Educational Ideals|Thomas Davidson
The eschatology of the Koran is especially prominent in its earlier parts.
The man Kant felt that morality was the basis of eschatology, but the professor of philosophy inverted the terms.Tragic Sense Of Life|Miguel de Unamuno
Word Origin for eschatology
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.