Definition of Eschatologically
1. Adverb. In relation to eschatology. "Even atheists can be eschatologically minded"
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Literary usage of Eschatologically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. St. Paul's Conception of Christianity by Alexander Balmain Bruce (1894)
"Salvation itself is eschatologically conceived. We had occasion to observe this fact in connection with" the earliest of the Pauline Epistles, ..."
2. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1903)
"3, shows that even in a context which Boehmer interprets eschatologically the present- kingship of God is a living; reality to the Psalmist's mind. From p. ..."
3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Inasmuch as, in the old Avesta (qv), the sacred book of the Persiana, the war between the good god Ormuzd and the Devil ends eschatologically with the ..."
4. Journal of Theological Studies (1908)
"... nor to be explained eschatologically, but is rather a semi- quotation of the words used by the Apostle when at Thessalonica ; in i ii 13 the passive ..."
5. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1875)
"... done bragging about their ability to prove the "non- permanence de l'état de choses actuellement existent sur notre globe"—to predict, eschatologically, ..."
6. Dictionary of the Apostolic Church by James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, John Chisholm Lambert (1915)
"In this case, however, the penetrating judicial light of Christ is eschatologically conceived, and is not, as in the Fourth Gospel, a light by which men are ..."