Did you by any chance mean eschatological?
- adv. in relation to eschatology
“It is sometimes said that they were "eschatologically" oriented.”
“Through his preaching, teaching and saving works and finally through his death on the cross, his resurrection from the dead and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit has communicated himself to all men as truth and life in a way that cannot be surpassed by any new revelation and that is final (eschatologically).”
“Since from a Christian viewpoint nothing can be said of God apart from Jesus the Christ, the incarnate Word, and apart from the Holy Spirit eschatologically poured out 'upon all flesh' (Acts 2, 17), the salvation that comes from God is always through Jesus Christ and through the inner working of the Holy Spirit (Vatican II Gaudium et Spes §22).”
“We then can no longer speak of the universal salvific will of God apart from his being made present, both historically and eschatologically, in Jesus Christ, the sole mediator between God and man.”
“The second doctrinal development that might have facilitated the empowerment of women was the transformation in some Sabbatean circles of the nature of tikkun — “reparation” or “restoration to perfection,” which is how the kabbalists had conceived of eschatologically charged religious action.”
“Christians, for instance, should only speak of absolute truth eschatologically; that is, in the context of faith that what we believe will be proven at the end of days but cannot be fully proven before then.”
“In the flat land of scientific modernity God appeared to have so few resources with which to work eschatologically.”
“This is to be realized and admitted, practically, historiosophically, and eschatologically: to expect that the society in its majority will be willing to reaccept Christian values not as declarations but as norms implemented in real life means to live in an illusion.”
“And eschatologically speaking, CHEs are likely to increase (MT 24, Ps 46).”
“* I have a separate theory that this attitude is one reason many conservative, eschatologically-based denominations are stuffed to overflowing with people who married very young.”
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