1. Chiliast - a person who believes in the coming of the millennium (a time of great peace and prosperity)
2. Chiliast meaning (Christianity) One who believes that Jesus will reign over Earth for a thousand years.
3. Another term for millenarian ‘In the end, this is the argument that Origen made to his Jewish critics (and to Christian Chiliasts): their view of what it means for the prophecies to be fulfilled is too restricted.’
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4. Chiliast (plural Chiliasts) (Christianity) One who believes that Jesus will reign over Earth for a thousand years.
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5. Turning to a Chiliast between St
6. Justin Martyr, a Chiliast whose writings appeared between Papias and St
7. Chiliast is worth 15 points in the game of Scrabble
8. Definitions for the word, Chiliast (n.) One who believes in the second coming of Christ to reign on earth a thousand years; a milllenarian
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9. 159 words found in the Scrabble word, Chiliast
10. Another term for millenarian ‘In the end, this is the argument that Origen made to his Jewish critics (and to Christian Chiliasts): their view of what it means for the prophecies to be fulfilled is too restricted.’
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12. The most frequently occuring words ending with Chiliast
13. Chiliast 'Chiliast' is a 8 letter word starting with C and ending with T Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Chiliast
14. We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Chiliast will help you to finish your crossword today.
15. The dogmatic religions of a Chiliast are over 2000 years old
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17. Chiliastic ideas expressed in a peculiar form the hopes of the oppressed strata of society for an end to social injustice not in …
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19. What does Chiliast mean? Information and translations of Chiliast in the most comprehensive …
20. Even as a Chiliast he remained more open to understanding the "earthly" prophecies of the Old Testament in a more "spiritualized" way.16 He also argued that some Christians--but only those who literally suffered martyrdom--could be spared a stay in Hades and could inhabit the heavenly paradise before the resurrection.17 But even Tertullian's
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21. It is also possible that the word is related to the Greek word Khiliaste (meaning "Chiliast" or "millennialist"), or with "klyster", meaning "one that purges"
22. A "Chiliast" is someone who holds to the doctrine that Christ will reign in bodily presence on earth for a thousand years
23. Irenaeus was a fellow Chiliast, but Eusebius was not
24. Also, to persist in classing Hippolytus as a Chiliast is practically pointless when it is admitted that he has undertaken a spiritualizing of Christian eschatology and has co-opted Marcion's Jewish Antichrist for the stellar role in the eschatological drama, both of which amount to a devastating critique of chiliasm.
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25. Dictionary entry overview: What does Chiliast mean? • Chiliast (noun) The noun Chiliast has 1 sense:
26. A person who believes in the coming of the millennium (a time of great peace and prosperity) Familiarity information: Chiliast used as a noun is very rare.
27. Being acutely aware of the similarity of their ideas with the Chiliast heresy, the proponents of the “era of peace” attempt to distance themselves from the charge of millenarianism by asserting that the use of the word in paragraph 676 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church is a condemnation of the notion that Christ will be coming in the
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28. He made this judgment for two reasons: first, Papias was a Chiliast or millenialist, believing that “there will be a thousand years after the resurrection of the dead when the kingdom of …
29. It is worth noting that, as befits a Chiliast, Ghose never denies action.
30. So with DARE’s classicist, George Goebel, the great lexicographer turned from Latin to Greek: deutero means “second” and Chiliast refers to the biblical “kingdom of a thousand years.”
31. Chiliast (ˈkɪliˌæst) noun
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33. 2 synonyms for Chiliast: millenarian, millenarist
34. What are synonyms for Chiliasts?
35. Source for information on Chiliast: The Oxford Pocket Dictionary of Current English dictionary.
36. Even as a Chiliast he remained more open to understanding the “earthly” prophecies of the Old Testament in a more “spiritualized” way
37. Chiliast: 1 n a person who believes in the coming of the millennium (a time of great peace and prosperity) Synonyms: millenarian , millenarist Type of: optimist a person disposed to take a favorable view of things
38. Chiliast Total Number of words made out of Chiliast = 153 Chiliast is an acceptable word in Scrabble with 13 points.Chiliast is an accepted word in Word with Friends having 14 points
39. Chiliast is a 8 letter medium Word starting with C and ending with T
40. 7 letter Words made out of Chiliast
41. “Cerinthus, Gnostic or Chiliast? A New Solution to an Old Problem.” Journal of Early Christian Studies 8 (2000), 135-172.
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42. Chiliast definition: a person who believes in the coming of the millennium (a time of great peace and prosperity) synonyms: millenarist, millenarian, optimist …
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45. Chiliast rated Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind ★★★½ on 2021-02-15
46. Chiliast added Dead Pigs to their watchlist on 2021-02-15
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48. The misconception may result from the fact that Tertullian, by far the best known figure to embrace Montanism, was also a Chiliast but he was a Chiliast long before he was a Montanist
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(Christianity) One who believes that Jesus will reign over Earth for a thousand years. A millenarian. Adaptation of the Latin word "chiliasta", first used in the 17th century. English Wiktionary. Available under CC-BY-SA license. "Chiliast." YourDictionary. LoveToKnow. www.yourdictionary.com/CHILIAST. Chiliast. (n.d.). In YourDictionary.
It is notable in this connection that there is no word of Chiliasm in Cyprian. In this sense the extirpation or decay of chiliasm is perhaps the most momentous fact in the history of Christianity in the East. Indeed, in the West at least, Chiliasm was dead before the country regions were to any measurable degree Christian at all.
The discussion in which he vanquishes the Chiliastic concept is a model of contraversial method. They were frequently influenced by chiliastic ideas, which not unnaturally lead to socialism. The Apologists were silent about chiliastic hopes, Justin even denied them in Apol.