Definition of Apocalyptism
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Apocalyptism
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1. Modernism in Religion by James Macbride Sterrett (1922)
"The pessimistic Dean of St. Paul's says that "the myth of Progress is our form of apocalyptism," that is that the golden age is at hand. ..."
2. England After the War by Frank Dilnot (1920)
""The myth of progress is one form of apocalyptism. In France it began with sentimentalism, developing normally into homicidal mania. ..."
3. Religion -- Its Prophets and Its False Prophets by James Bishop Thomas (1918)
"Four movements will receive our attention: (1) The reversion of the Jerusalem Church to apocalyptism and the loss of the prophetic ethic. ..."
4. A Study of The earliest Letters of Caspar Schwenckfeld von Ossig by Caspar Schwenckfeld, Chester David Hartranft (1907)
"Yon can find no trace of apocalyptism in the long unfolding of his speculations. He elevated the Scriptures as the alone adequate and sufficient portrayal ..."
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