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the branch of theology that is concerned with such final things as death and Last Judgment

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The recent reissuing of Dostoevsky's Spiritual Art: The Burden of Vision (2005) reminds us that his thought is impelled by the urgency of a penetrating eschatalogical vision.
In the course of their journey there they did establish a common purse, based upon a seven-point constitution that established community of goods in an eschatalogical context.
Like all visions of utopia, including the "kingdom of God" or the eschatalogical banquet, it is useful mainly as a goad and a goal towards changing concrete situations in whatever ways possible.
A Great Expectation: Eschatalogical Thought in English Protestantism to 1660.
in words' and that I found as opaque and eschatalogical as Hegel's phenomenology.
An eschatalogical concept held as an article of faith for 1,800
This study suggests, however, that the high eschatalogical tension that marked the pre-crusade period subsided with the conquest of Jerusalem, only to be revived during periods of intense angst.