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end times pl (plural only)

  1. (Christianity) The days leading up to the second coming of the Messiah (Christ), when the world will be judged.
    • 1999, Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, Are We Living in the End Times?,[1] Tyndale House Publishers, →ISBN.
    • 2004, Bruce David Forbes and Jeanne Halgren Kilde, Rapture, Revelation, and the End Times: Exploring the Left Behind Series,[2] Macmillan, →ISBN.
    • 2005, James M. Efird, Left behind?: What the Bible Really Says about the End Times,[3] Smyth & Helwys Publishing, →ISBN.
    • 2007, Hank Hanegraaff, The Apocalypse Code: Find Out What the Bible Really Says About the End Times and Why It Matters Today,[4] Thomas Nelson (publisher), →ISBN.
  2. (Islam) The days leading to the coming of the Mahdi
    • 2004, William Wagner, How Islam Plans to Change the World, Kregel Publications, →ISBN, page 210:
      Both Islam and Christianity have a strong eschatology (view of the end times) that comes from their worldview.
    • 2012, Henry Bayman, The Teachings of a Perfect Master, Page 169
      The coming of the Mahdi during the end—times []
  3. Corresponding periods in other religious traditions.
    • 2002, Raymond F. Collins, I & II Timothy and Titus: A Commentary, Westminster John Knox Press, →ISBN, page 113:
      Hellenistic Judaism was familiar with the idea that deceit is characteristic of the end times (see T. Levi 10:2; 16:1).
    • 2002, Larry R. Helyer, Exploring Jewish Literature of the Second Temple Period: A Guide for New Testament Students, InterVarsity Press, →ISBN, page 22:
      The apocalyptic writings are at times quite fascinating, especially since they stand in some relationship to the apocalyptic visions of the end times found in both the OT and NT.

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  • Often capitalized (End Times) or hyphenated (end-times).

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