Jo-Ann Badley asks whether N. T. Wright’s historical method can be foundational for his eschatological vision.
Chelsea Sinclair Williams suggests that we put history in its place.
Heather Caliri contemplates serving the beast.
Marjorie Maddox imagines eschatology as a long, hard road.
Andrew Arndt suggests a bridge between Augustine’s eschatological vision in City of God and his thoughts on divine eternity in Confessions.
Michael Jimenez argues for reading Latin American literature to learn history.
Anthony D. Baker observes the limits of eschatology in the twentieth century’s two greatest preachers.
Nathan A. Smith encourages Christians to identify themselves with the waiting that is commemorated during the season of Advent.
Daniel Castillo pens an Ignatian eco-social fever dream.