Eschatology in Maximus the Confessor

  title={Eschatology in Maximus the Confessor},
  author={A. Andreopoulos},
Online Publication Date: Jul DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199673834.013.16 2015 ! Maximus struggled with the question of apocatastasis as it was known since the time of Origen, but did not address the concept of the time of God, or time beyond time, or the eighth day, only in a linear way. Instead, he reframed the question and examined it in a different context. Rather than place the dwelling of the soul in God at the end of linear time, he placed the end of time at the union of the soul and God… Expand
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