Some contributions translated into English.
144 pages ; 22 cm.
033403129X paperback 9780334031291 paperback
Concilium (Glen Rock, N.J.) ; 2014/3.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Editorial.The return of apocalypticism Part 1.Apocalypticism in the Bible.Biblical apocalyptic, or 'it won't always be like that!' /Jürgen Ebach The early Jewish origins of apocalyptic /Veronika Bachmann Revelation as a model for times of crisis /Xavier Alegre Santamaría SJ Part 2.Apocalyptic and the present crisis: approaches from systematic theology.Are the only true atheists actually theologians? /Colby Dickinson God in opposition: the value of a critique of apocalyptic reason /Gregor Taxacher Eschatology and apocalypse in post-modern times /Carlos Mendoza-Álvarez OP Part 3.The return of apocalypticism: voices from different world regions.Apocalyptic and global crisis /Joaquín García Roca Appropriate contemporary forms of apocalyptic /Ernst M. Conradie (Post) apocalyptic reflections from 'ground zero' /Daniel Franklin Pilario CM 'Superflat' apocalypticism in the Internet age /Lorenzo Ditommaso Part 4.Theological forum: World War I.Catholic theology in Germany and the outbreak of World War I /Lucia Scherzberg & August H. Leugers-Scherzberg The Balkan churches and World War I /Ivo Banac 'Useless slaughter': Benedict XV and World War I /John Pollard.