, Millenarianism and the English Reformation: From John Bale to John Foxe and Thomas Brightman, Courtenay Library of Reformation Classics, vol.
Boyer, "The Growth of Fundamentalist Apocalypticism
in the United States," ibid.
Now comes a brilliant three-volume Encyclopedia of Apocalypticism
(Continuum, 1998) to flesh out the many examples of Jewish, and, even more complex, Christian eschatology.
Muntzer and Apocalypticism
," Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte 95 (2004), 98-131.
Scholars often trace the origin of apocalypticism
to prophecy, because both genres use eschatology.
May's Toward a New Earth: Apocalypse in the American Novel (1972), William Wagar's Terminal Visions: The Literature of Last Things (1982), and Douglas Robinson's "Literature and Apocalypse" in the three-volume Encyclopedia of Apocalypticism
, edited by John Collins, Bernard McGinn, and Stephen J.
This book offers the reader a tour of one of the more peculiar comers of medieval thought, a corner defined by the intersection of three enterprises: Spiritual Franciscanism, Joachite apocalypticism
, and alchemical speculation.
s views that the earliest core of Q presents an unfiltered Jesus (66), and that Jesus' original message was progressively subverted or silenced through overlays of apocalypticism
(within Q itself), Pauline Christianity, and then creedal Christianity (76-80).
An excellent example of this treatment is Thompson's impressive handling of apocalypticism
in the New Testament.
Moltmann's eschatology is not historicized or transcendental or apocalypticism
because they neglect hope.
He identifies the central issue and unifying principle in that "one-of-a-kind religious epic" ("epopee religieuse unique en son genre," ); he provides a context within which to trace the evolution toward increased apocalypticism
among French and Genevan Reformed writers over the course of the sixteenth century, and he motivates his examination of the biblical passages on which d'Aubigne and others based their understanding of God's action in the world.
as a phenomenon is more widespread than