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(Anti-)Apocalypticism throughout Antiquity

Short Papers 1 (Mon. 17.07.23, 15.15 – 16.45)

Session 1

Stefan Beyerle (Greifswald)

The Political Dimensions of Jewish Apocalypticism in Antiquity

Petra Schmidtkuntz (Berlin)

“When the Snake Does Not Bite”: How the Notions of an Ideal Urzeit and Endzeit Belong Together and What This Tells Us about Apocalypticism

Ignacio Pizarro (Rome)

"Then they will know that I am the Lord" (Ezek 38:23): The Role of Recognition in Ezekiel 38-39 in the Context of Apocalyptic Hermeneutics

Session 2

Nils Neumann (Hannover)

Apocalyptic Eschatology and Calmness in Luke 21

Pablo Gonzalez Alonso (Navarra)

Celestial journeys in Accounts of the Assumption

Session 3

Priscille Marschall (Lausanne)

The (Anti-)Apocalyptic Eschatology of the “Gnostic” Apocalypse of Peter (NHC VII,3)

Przemysław Piwowarczyk (Katowice)

The Coptic Apocalypses in the Fourth Century and their Readers

Mateusz Kusio (Warsaw)

Apocalyptic Anxiety among Early Christian Writers