Tag: Apocalypse

War and Eschatology
Orthodoxy and Modernity, Religion and Conflict

War and Eschatology

by George Persh | ελληνικά | Русский Any conflict, especially a military conflict, needs a clear rationale for why it occurs. Usually, this question should be answered by official representatives of the state. However, the situation in Russia after the beginning of the armed conflict with Ukraine is gradually beginning to be explained in religious…

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The Apocalypse, and the Wisdom that Comes from Trauma
Biblical Studies, Theology

The Apocalypse, and the Wisdom that Comes from Trauma

by Very Rev. Dr. Isaac Skidmore | български | Ελληνικά | Русский On the strength of anecdotal evidence, I’m convinced people are now especially interested in apocalyptic themes. Social unrest, fires, climate change, a global pandemic—all of these evoke themes found in apocalyptic texts from numerous traditions. Christianity has its own narrative of what will…

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