From the Greek, meaning "end." In apocalypticism it refers to the end of the world as presently constituted.
the last things, i.e., the things pertaining to the coming of God's kingdom and/or the end of the world as we know it
The end or consummation of all things is spoken of as the eschaton in Greek. It is the culminating climax and destiny, the flowering of all realities into their ultimate forms. History itself is said to end in a state of fullness in the eschaton.
Greek for "the end," the end of times which is regarded as immanent in apocalyptic literature.
The â€œlast thingsâ€ or â€œlast daysâ€, referring to the Parousia, or Second Coming, and the judgment of mankind. It will be the culmination of salvation history, when the Kingdom of God will be fully revealed and realized.