|Class B - Philosophy, Psychology and Religion
Subclass T - Doctrinal theology
|Eschatology on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Eschatology is a part of theology, philosophy, and futurology concerned with what are believed to be the final events in history, or the ultimate destiny of humanity, commonly referred to as the end of the world or the World to Come. The Oxford English Dictionary defines it as "concerned with ‘the four last things: death, judgment, heaven, and hell’".— Excerpted from|
- Discourse on Eschatology c. 2nd-3rd century by Hippolytus, from Ante-Nicene Fathers edited by Philip Schaff et al.
- Mahometanism in its Relation to Prophecy, 1855 by Ambrose Lisle Phillipps
- Day of Judgment! Day of Wonders!, by John Newton (1725–1807)
- Judgment Day, 1895 by William Dean Howells
- At the End of the World, 1917 by John Cowper Powys
- “Apocalypse” in The American Cyclopædia, 1879.
- “Apocalypse” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911.
- “Apocalypse,” in Catholic Encyclopedia, 1913.