eschatology

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Englisch - Türkisch
Eskatoloji (Yunanca έσχατος yani "son" sözcüğünden) teoloji (dinbilim) ve felsefenin bir bölümüdür. İnsanlığın nihai kaderi veya dünya tarihinin sonuçlandıran olaylar, daha kaba bir tabirle dünyanın sonu ile ilgilenir
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eskatoloji
Englisch - Englisch
System of doctrines concerning final matters, such as death
The study of the end times — the end of the world, notably in Christian theology the second coming of Christ, the Apocalypse or the Last Judgment
The study of future or final times
{i} (Theology) study of doctrines and beliefs pertaining to the end of the world; doctrine pertaining to the end of the world
Study of "last things" The theology of the Last Day, and the climax of human and redemptive history ( SEE: Last Day RELATED: Eschatomania )
   teaching about "the end " In later apocalyptic writings it came to mean the end of the world
Eschatology is derived from the two Greek words e/)sxatoj(eschatos) meaning "final" or "last" and lo/goj(logos) meaning "word " Formally, eschatology means "the study of the last things" In a broad sense, eschatology seeks to understand the relationship between the eternal decisions or decrees of God through time, which were made before time, and were revealed to us at the fullness of time in Jesus Christ In a corporate sense, eschatology is catagorized by those who are in Christ, clothed with His righteousness and obedience, and those who are in Adam, clothed in his wickedness and disobedience Eschatology concerns itself with the judgement confirming righteousness, and the judgement condemning wickedness
Eschatology is from the Greek [eschatos] meaning last, and [logos] meaning word or discourse It is the theological Doctrine of the discourse of the last things, such as life after death, immortality, judgement, the coming of Christ, and the end time events preceding that second advent [back]
Theological doctrine of the "last things," or the end of the world. Mythological eschatologies depict an eternal struggle between order and chaos and celebrate the eternity of order and the repeatability of the origin of the world. The most notable expression of mythological eschatology is in Hinduism, which maintains belief in great cycles of the destruction and creation of the universe. Historical eschatologies are grounded in datable events that are perceived as fundamental to the progress of history. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all have historical eschatologies. Eschatology in the Hebrew Scriptures sees the catastrophes that beset the people of Israel as due to their disobedience to the laws and will of God and holds that conformity to God's plan will result in renewal and the fulfillment of God's purpose. In Christianity, the end times are thought to have begun with the life and ministry of Jesus, the messiah who will return to establish the Kingdom of God. Millennialism focuses especially on Christ's second coming and the reign of the righteous on earth. In Shite Islam it is believed that the mahdi, or restorer of the faith, will come to inaugurate the last judgment, in which the good will enter heaven and the evil will fall into hell. In Buddhism, eschatological traditions are associated with the Buddha Maitreya and with Pure Land Buddhism, as well as with individual efforts to achieve nirvana
the branch of theology that is concerned with such final things as death and judgment; heaven and hell; the end of the world
the branch of theology dealing with death, resurrection, judgment, and immortality; the study of last things or end times
The doctrine of the last or final things, as death, judgment, and the events therewith connected
From the Greek "eschatos" which means last and "logos" which means "word" It is the study of last things: the tribulation, the rapture, the return of Jesus, the final judgment, etc
The theological study of the end of things, especially the end of the world
The branch of theology that is concerned with the ultimate or last things, such as the end of times, judgment, death, heaven, hell (from the Greek for furthest, uttermost, extreme, end, + logos = word)
(Gr "the last things to happen) The theological field concerned with life after death, especially the 'last things," i e , the state of the dead, the Second Coming of Christ, and the Final Judgment See also the Article on The Dogmatic Tradition of the Orthodox Church
(adj eschatological; from Greek eschaton, "last" or "the end-time") Refers in general to what is expected to take place in the "last times" (from the inquirer's perspective); thus the study of the ultimate destiny or purpose of humankind and the world, how and when the end will occur, what the end or last period of history or existence will be like See also Apocalypse and Apocalyptic literature See Part 3
The term comes from two Greek words, eschatosand logos,meaning the 'doctrine of last things ' Customarily it has been understood as referring to events which are still to happen, both in relation to the individual and the world In modern evangelicalism, eschatology is almost exclusively concerned with questions about the millennium and the relation of the return of Christ to that period popularly known as the "great tribulation "
From the Greek, meaning a "study of last things," eschatology is a doctrine or theological concept about the ultimate destiny of humanity and the universe Having both a personal and a general application, it can refer to (1) beliefs about the individual soul following death, including divine judgment, heaven, hell, and resurrection; or (2) larger concerns about the fate of the cosmos, such as events leading to the Day of Yahweh, the final battle between supernatural Good and Evil, judgment of the nations, and the establishment of the Deity's universal sovereignty In Christian terms, it involves the Parousia (return of Christ), the chaining of Satan, introduction of the millennium, and so on Apocalyptic works like Daniel, Revelation, 2 Esdras, and the books of Enoch typically stress eschatological matters
Is the doctrine of last things It relates to our individual future of the world and mankind It has also been called ‘the crown or capstone of theology ’ With regard to ‘individual eschatology,’ it has reference to death and immortality and the soul and body’s existence after death (Psalm 90) Either heaven or hell is man’s eternal destiny based upon his relationship with Jesus Christ (Psalm73: 12-19) Purgatory is not a Scriptural term but is an invention of the Roman Church The immediate state is the existence of the soul between the first and Second Coming of Christ Coming of Christ Only those in Christ have received from Him derived immortality They are destined for everlasting blessedness with respect to both soul and body
Study of prophecy of the end times
The section of Christian theology dealing with the "last things," especially the ideas of resurrection, hell, and eternal life
–– the doctrine of the "last things" pertaining to the individual (death, afterlife) or to redemption (the coming, course, and consummation of Christ's kingdom, the millennium) or to the world (Christ's return, the resurrection, final judgment, the eternal state)
The study of "last things," or the end of human history Although specific interpretations vary widely, most Christian eschatologies center on the belief that the just will be rewarded when God triumphs over Satan in the last days
The study of end times and how it relates to Biblical Prophecy It is pronounced [es ka TOL’ ogy] and is my never quenched passion!
The study of end time events in prophecy
belief about or in the end of the world or the last things
The study of the end times - the end of the world, the Second Coming, or the Last Judgment
From Gk eschatos, ‘last‘, the term refers to the ‘doctrine of the last things’
eschatology

    Silbentrennung

    es·cha·to·lo·gy

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ "es-k&-'tä-l&-jE ] (noun.) 1844. From Ancient Greek ἔσχατον (eskhaton) -neuter of ἔσχατος (eskhatos, “last”)- + -logy.

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