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Definition of "eschatological" [es•cha•to•log•ic•al]

  • Pertaining to eschatology. (adjective)

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Use "eschatological" in a sentence
  • "Yoder, for example, uses the term eschatological heresy in which the promises of the coming kingdom of God are seen as being fulfilled in history and in the Christendom that results from the"
  • "Rejecting the gay perspective is, in Alison's terms, apocalyptic, not eschatological - in other words, it is not fully Christian."
  • "For Moltmann, the eschatological is the medium of the Christian faith as such, the key in which everything in it is set."