eschatologist


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a theologian who specializes in eschatology

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Rothbard, "Karl Marx: Communist as Religious Eschatologist," in The Logic of Action II (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 1997).
The conclusion that Messiaen was both an Incarnationist and an eschatologist was independently reached by David Butler Cannata: cf.
Even when the LRC does pick someone with an understanding of the issue at hand, like the University of Windsor scholar Michael Bell's review of a book on the Middle East ("The Apocalyptic Eschatologist," November 2007), it is interesting what comes of it.
Naturally, I agree with that Berdyaev article completely, being a decided eschatologist myself.
For Clarke the eschatologist was also Clarke the campaigner for freedom of conscience.