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- n. Alternative spelling of eschatology.
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"This kind of thing has a long history," says Jerry Walls, an expert on escatology, or the study of the End Times, at the University of Notre Dame.
The doctrine of the First Things, known as etiology, should illuminate the doctrine of the Last Things, known as escatology.
The stages of escatology include individual human death, particular judgment, the choices of heaven, purgatory or hell, the end of the world, the living being "taken up," the resurrection of the body, the Second Coming of Christ, general judgment, and the New
Pardon the prose, the current political escatology pun applicable, but not intended has me up nights worried for my children’s future.