from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The writer of the Apocalypse.
- n. An interpreter of the Apocalypse. Also apocalyptic.
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To the apocalyptist, who literally awaits the Great Uncovering, all coincidence is synchronicity, all accident revelation.
Christ, whom they strangely suppose to have been a mere apocalyptist, one of the many Messiahs or Mahdis who arose at this period in
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It goes without saying (and around the Holy Week of each year the several forms of mainstream media say it loudly, often, and emphatically) that Jesus was an ordinary man, a wacko apocalyptist, or a failed political revolutionary.