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By Dorothy Jonaitis / Paulist Press / 2005
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Contrary to common images of the Apocalypse, Dorothy Jonaitis presents apocalyptic texts as a literature of hope. Jonatis underscores the dramatic quality of apocalyptic texts and gives consideration to the virtue of hope—divinely planted in all people—that’s awakened in times of crisis. She connects the emotional power of apocalyptic literature to modern crises, offering a practical way for Christians to respond with hope in difficult times.
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Dorothy Jonaitis, OP, graduated in 1968 from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with a degree in mathematics. She has a MA in religious education and New Testament theology and a DMin in preaching from the Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, Missouri.