ESCHATOLOGICAL (pertaining to theological "final Judgment") is pronounced "ess-cat-oh-LAJ-ih-cull" ("laj" same as "lodge").
An eschatological passage most likely refers to a passage from the Bible referring to the 'End Times', or the end of the world. Eschatology is the study of 'end times' and much of the eschatology of the christian church comes form the Book of Revelations.
the branch of theology that deals with final things such as death, divine judgement and life after death
Jesus' return, the millennium, the last judgment, the final resurrection and heaven and hell.
Syd Hielema has written: 'Herman Bavinck's eschatological understanding of redemption' -- subject(s): Redemption
Joseph Cahill has written: 'Eschatological occurrence' -- subject(s): Revelation 'What is faith?' -- subject(s): Faith
In a practical sense, this dream sounds like the dreamer is spending an unusual amount of time studying the Book of Revelation and other Eschatological material. You may want to take a break and focus on the gospels or epistles for a while.
The Mayan 2012 prophecy was an eschatological belief that the world would end on the 21st December 2012. The date was regarded as the end of the thirteenth b'ak'tun in the Mayan calendar.
Winsome Munro has written: 'Authority in Paul and Peter' -- subject- s -: Bible, Criticism, interpretation 'The eschatological conflict' -- subject- s -: Bible, Criticism, interpretation, Eschatology
There are 4 sections of the New Testament.1. Gospel (Matthew - John)2. Historical (Acts)3. Letters / Epistles (Romans - Jude)4. Apocalyptic / Eschatological (Revelation)
In his novel the brothers Karamazov he illustrated that going to heaven simply isn't worth the suffering of innocent children. (He did though believe in a God as he stated "It isn't God I don't accept, just his ticket that I most respectfully return to him")
Robert D. Eagleson has written: 'Australianisms in early migrant handbooks, 1788-1826' -- subject(s): English language, Glossaries, vocabularies 'Eschatological speculations and the use of the infinitive' 'Writing in plain English'
Jesus would be received better than back in his time because we now know of all the miracles he performed and all the great things he did. The Catholic church teaches us that he is the Messiah and the Lord
== == 1. Sermon on the Mount; 2. Missionary discourse; 3. Parable discourse; 4. Church order; and 5. Eschatological discourse. The Gospel of Matthew is all about Jesus and GOD's plan of Salvation. The special events are the Birth, Life , Death and Resurrection of the LORD JESUS.
James C. Miller has written: 'The Obedience of Faith, the Eschatological People of God & the Purpose of Romans (Dissertation Series (Society of Biblical Literature))' 'Microcomputer support of commercial lending' -- subject(s): Bank loans, Commercial loans, Data processing, Microcomputers, Programming
when we talk of eschatological, it is better to define it first. Eschatological = The branch of theology that is concerned with the end of the world or of humankind or a belief or a doctrine concerning the ultimate or final things, such as death, the destiny of humanity, the Second Coming, or the Last Judgment. Terrorism has been defined as "the unlawful use of force or violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives. People will say that leader of sect or religions have the religion Connotation for the causes of terrorism. No matter is it said, no matter who the terrorism is comming from, the pricipal motivation is politics. While the 1980s saw a growth of politically inspired terrorism, the 1990s has seen a dramatic increase in terrorism motivated by a religious agenda. As a result, intelligence experts have claimed that we may well be witnessing an emerging trend and shift away from terrorism motivated by political ideology towards a dominant religious terrorism warranting a revision of our notions of the stereotypical terrorist organization. This trend has received some attention within the intelligence and law enforcement communities, and should should be of particular interest to individuals and organizations involved in monitoring extremist and new religious groups and movements, especially with regards to the U.S. domestic terrorism threat.
If by "God's being" you mean Jesus Christ, part of the meaning of His resurrection is the symbolism it has of the resurrection of the saints in the last days, and to know that there is an ultimate victorious end to His earthly creation.
The Collins Dictionary defines "apocalypse" [with small "a"] as a prophetic disclosure or revelation, and "Apocalypse" [with capital "A" ] as the Book of Revelation in the Vulgate and Douay versions of the New Testament. As a generalization, the word Apocalypse is used by Roman Catholics and Revelation by Protestants, but it is the same book. It is a book of prophecy about the End-times (which I believe we are now in) and the End of the World, and would be classified as 'Eschatological' .
Eschalogical and eschatological are the same thing. They both mean a study of prophecy or prophetic predictions. Within Christianity they mean first and foremost a study of Jesus as the Messieh of Israel as foretold by the prophets and predicted by them. The coming of Messieh would at the same time usher in upon the world certain events that would follow the coming of the Kingdom of God. When the Church is seen as the visible Kingdom, all future prophetic events in relationship to Believers, the Church, and the Kingdom are seen as eschalogical. Especially within this meaning is incorporated the interpretation of prophecy of the endtimes, or the times prior to the second advent of Jesus. The book of Revelation is seen as an eschalogical revealing of future events. Dr. G. Reckart Apostolic Theological Bible College Tampa, Florida
4 syllables:illogical, zoological5 syllables:astrological, biological, chronological, ecological, geological, morphological, mythological, neurological, ontological, pathological, pedagogical, phonological, psychological, technological, theological, virological6 syllables:archaeological, archeological, dermatological, eschatological, gynecological, ideological, immunological, methodological, pharmacological, physiological, radiological, sociological, toxicological7 syllables:biotechnological, meteorological8 syllables:epidemiological
An Apocalypse (Greek: ἀποκάλυψις apokálypsis; "lifting of the veil" or "revelation") is a disclosure of something hidden from the majority of mankind in an era dominated by falsehood and misconception, i.e. the veil to be lifted.The term also can refer to the eschatological final battle, the Armageddon, and the idea of an end of the world. In Christianity The Apocalypse of John (Greek Ἀποκάλυψις Ἰωάννου) is the Book of Revelation, the last book of the Christian Bible.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apocolypse
he was a mean person who lived with mean people in a mean castle on a mean hill in a mean country in a mean continent in a mean world in a mean solar system in a mean galaxy in a mean universe in a mean dimension
Mean is the average.
It mean bad, evil,and meanmean, evil, brutal