For 1,260 Days They’ll Prophesy in Sackcloth: Joachim of Fiore’s Apocalypse, Temporalization, and Franciscan Spirituality

Topics: Apocalypse, Eschatology, Joachim of Fiore, Franciscans, History, Temporalization

Original title: “For 1,260 Days They’ll Prophesy in Sackcloth: Joachim of Fiore’s Apocalypse, Temporalization, and Franciscan Spirituality” by Dan Attrell Select

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