eucatastrophic love


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  • adj. Of or pertaining to eucatastrophe.


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eucatastrophe +‎ -ic


  • He called it "eucatastrophic," the good catastrophe.

    Richard J. Mouw: 'Then One Foggy Christmas Eve': A Christmas Meditation

  • But it's a one-dimensional trick, for all that, and puerile at least in the sense that life is very rarely eucatastrophic, and only slightly less rarely dyscatastrophic.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • There's a good essay somewhere online, which Tom Simon wrote about the difference between the nihilistic and subversive, and the eucatastrophic "superversive," using LOTR as his example.

    Another Good (Mostly) Review

  • God is telling a story, and we are that many more chapters closer to the eucatastrophic denoument of His story.

    Blog and Mablog

  • I enjoy her work, but there's only so many times you can have a final eucatastrophic confrontation with the anthropomorphic personification of entropy. (

    mrissa: Books read, late June


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