Definition of Eschatologist
1. Noun. A theologian who specializes in eschatology.
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Literary usage of Eschatologist
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of Biblical Literature by Society of Biblical Literature (1906)
"It is not surprising to find so confirmed an eschatologist as J. Weiss reversing this criticism, and casting doubt on vss. 29-30, with their thought of a ..."
2. St. Paul & Protestantism: With an Essay on Puritanism & the Church of by Matthew Arnold (1883)
"... eighth or ninth century before Christ are profounder and more true than the ideas of the eschatologist of the Book of DanieL As a matter of fact, again, ..."
3. Dictionary of the Apostolic Church by James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, John Chisholm Lambert (1915)
"Every prophet is an eschatologist. He sees the end of what is opposed to the will of holiness and love. It is only for a moment—though the moments of God ..."
4. The Religious Teaching of the Old Testament by Albert Cornelius Knudson (1918)
"He is an eschatologist. He looks forward to the speedy advent of a new order. And so real to him is this new age that he judges the immediate present in the ..."
5. Progress in Religion to the Christian Era by Terrot Reaveley Glover (1922)
"Aut videt out vidisse putat is the most that can be said of any eschatologist; and of another school of Jews Dr. Schechter assures us that "whatever the ..."
6. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, Sir W Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1902)
"To begin with, in the Enochian sense they never existed; and further, they existed to the mind of the eschatologist who discoursed on them, in Tartarus and ..."