Pertaining to the last or final things.
Pertaining to the end of history as we know it, sometimes spoken as the end of time. It relates to those religious traditions (primarily Western religions) that speak of a final end or culmination to human history, which is said to involve a cosmic judgment of persons in relation to the expectations of God and a final apportioning of justice in which each is expected to receive what he most truly deserves. There is no such conception in traditions (such as Eastern religions) which conceive cosmic time as cyclical rather than linear or non-repeating.
(ES·cha·to·LOG·ical). Relating to eschatology, from the Greek ta eschata, "the last things," and in reference to the end time or the closing of the present age.
of or relating to or dealing with or regarding the ultimate destiny of mankind and the world
Pertaining to the last things, from Greek "eschatos" or "last." Describes the ultimate glorious state of things promised in the covenant.
Refers to death and last judgement.
the doctrine of the last things. The term connotes the part of systematic theology which deals with the final destiny both of the individual soul and of mankind in general. In the Old Testament eschatological teaching is closely bound up with the Messianic hope (Cross, The Oxford Dictionary Of The Christian Church).
pertaining to the end of time and the final coming of Christ (23)