Amount of texts to »eschatology« 16, and there are 16 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 301 Characters
Average Rating 0.625 points, 4 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 12th 2000, 23:44:53 wrote
Melissa about eschatology
Latest text on Feb 17th 2004, 21:53:26 wrote
Noel Höflich about eschatology
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on Apr 3rd 2002, 19:43:26 wrote
Ronnie@reagan.com about eschatology

on Feb 17th 2004, 21:53:26 wrote
Noel Höflich about eschatology

on Sep 17th 2001, 17:34:22 wrote
charles about eschatology

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Texts to »Eschatology«

Melissa wrote on Apr 12th 2000, 23:44:53 about

eschatology

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I think our Western-European inherited culture is very fixated on eschatology...an eschatological sense of time particularly. We want the universe and everything in it to have a beginning point and an end point, Genesis to Revelations and the Big Bang Theory to inevitable entropic disintegration. This probably explains our other fixation on hours and minutes. Just once I'd like to wake up naturally in the morning on a weekday, without the garish buzz of the alarm clock.

TaoJones wrote on Apr 18th 2000, 01:52:00 about

eschatology

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stvn2rsk wrote on Apr 17th 2000, 23:18:00 about

eschatology

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MEN ARE MONKEYS ROBOTS WIN

GAMEOVER why'd you end it like this why'd you end it like this sick and tired of time moving on push and shove towards the eschaton you go around it comes back it comes back you go on what's the use when it's so close gameover why'd you start it like that why'd you start it like that infinite loop caught in a rift yr eyes are weakened at the red shift you look hard you look through you look through it so hard what's the use when its so close gameover [the twist of a head the turn of a phrase a particular particle the dying of days comes crashing down a flash of white light the message encoded between the wrong and the right what's the use when it's so close continually continuing the continuum why must it end] one of these days it will stay undone moving still moving one of these days it will all be gone better than before one of these days it will stay undone over then out one of these days it will all be done its so close

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