Tag Archives: End Time

Curtain Up! Act III

No one can really imagine the future. Jesus tried it. His version of the final act of the world is reported in the thirteenth chapter of the Gospel of Mark. Jesus’ “Little Apocalypse” unfolds in a modest black and white; Mark by and large eschewed special effects. But a wide screen technicolor blockbuster of the […]

Das Eschaton or Saving the Worst Till Last

We must all go, I suppose, into that good night, some gentle, some kicking and screaming, as the poet suggested, and some, it now appears, scribbling. Death throes were once thought painful and appalling. No longer, apparently; they are expected to be, at least by their authors and publishers, interesting. That is the impression left […]