Christian cosmology

consequently, its cosmology is not always consistent. Nor do the biblical texts necessarily represent the beliefs of all Jews or Christians at the time they
The term cosmology was used at least as early as 1730, by German philosopher Christian Wolff, in Cosmologia Generalis. Philosophical cosmology can be distinguished
term cosmology was first used in English in 1656 in Thomas Blount s Glossographia, and in 1731 taken up in Latin by German philosopher Christian Wolff
Religious cosmology is an explanation of the origin, evolution, and eventual fate of the universe, from a religious perspective. This may include beliefs
Sufi cosmology Astronomy in medieval Islam Baha i cosmology Buddhist cosmology Christian cosmology Hindu cosmology Jain cosmology Religious cosmology Arcs
In Hindu cosmology the universe is cyclically created and destroyed. Its cosmology divides time into four epochs or Yuga, of which the current period
Creationist cosmologies are explanations of the origins and form of the universe in terms of the Genesis creation narrative Genesis 1 according to
centuries, and re - introduced to medieval Christian theology in the 13th century by Thomas Aquinas. The cosmological argument is closely related to the principle
and Quentin Smith, and has been used in Christian apologetics. According to Michael Martin, the cosmological arguments presented by Craig, Bruce Reichenbach

God and eternity

The idea of eternity as it relates to God is an important concept in theology. Theists say that God is eternally existent. How this is understood depends on ...

Heaven in Christianity

In Christianity, heaven is traditionally the location of the throne of God as well as the holy angels. In traditional Christianity, it is considered to be a ...

Spirits in prison

The subject takes its starting point from a Bible reference: 1 Peter 3:19–20 "By which also he went and preached unto the spirits in prison; 20 Which sometim...