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2010 Fall - RELIGION
Subj Cat# Class# Sect Course
RELIGION 450TH 1395 1 Eschatology: Apocalyptic & Counter-Apocalyptic Discourse
Description
From the times of the late Hebrew Bible on, the eschatological hope for the Coming of God took an apocalyptic turn that became a defining moment of the early Christianity and its development of its entire outlook of its theology and politics. While the eschatological dimension was famously rediscovered in 20th century theology, thereby restructuring the whole body of theology, its apocalyptic implications were challenged greatly by process theology (and other movements) on a metaphysical basis, uncovering its devastating political implications. This seminar will follow the challenge of the apocalyptic discourse and the counter-apocalyptic discourse of contemporary (process) theologies.

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