eschatologic


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eschatologic

(ˌɛskətəˈlɒdʒɪk)
adj
(Theology) another word for eschatological
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In accordance with Zehrefi s interpretation the "Third Reich" would have an eschatologic political structure that had its foundations in the Reformation.
The millenarian thougth, with its eschatologic view, proposes an interpretation of the revolutionary movement in three periods or stages: 1) The organizations of the guerrilla, whose finality is the questioning of reality by those who join it.
Were they arch critics, seeing the past from a Christian present and an eschatologic al conclusion?