I can't resist a bit more Moltmann. Via several sources, I've come across this video of a recent interview with Jürgen Moltmann, entitled "God's Unfinished Future," that encompasses many of the central themes of Moltmann's work. I can't seem to embed it, alas, but please click the link and watch.
A few good lines:
"Eschatology is a strange name for the life-power of hope, and the life-power of hope is to stand up after defeat."
"Eschatology is not only about the future, but about the present of that future."
"If we expect a catastrophe at the end, why should we preserve the world? Apocalyptic expectations of a catastrophe at the end is the most dangerous thing in the world, because it destroys what should be preserved in the name of God here and now."
"Christian hope is a forward hope in history, to make a better world here and now."
"Jesus Christ is the kingdom of God here and now, and to follow Christ is to share in his messianic mission, and to work on behalf of the poor and oppressed."
"In the kingdom of God everything smells divine and tastes divine because the divine and human are intertwined. No part of life is separated from God."
"We need a holistic understanding of the kingdom of God which is present everywhere."
"There is an inclusive promise of the new creation."
"The final judgemnet has not so much to do with the good and the evil, or the good guys and the bad guys, but with the victims and the persecutors. We should look forward to the final judgement with joy, because it is the etablishment of God's justice. It is a creative judgement that brings justice to the victims."
"I am not a universalist, because there are a few people I may not want to see again, but God may be!"
These are my quick and dirty transcriptions. I know I missed a few things in typing as I listened. But listen to the whole thing, and of course, read more Moltmann.