Last Judgment


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(New Testament) day at the end of time following Armageddon when God will decree the fates of all individual humans according to the good and evil of their earthly lives

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Jesus as king will become visible in the last judgment but, according to the parable, he is already present among us - although hidden in the face of the poor, the hungry, the sick, the suffering.
MICHELANGELO'S THE LAST JUDGMENT has commonly been seen as a representation of justice in the figure of Christ and mercy in the figure of the Virgin Mary.
Desiring to escape God's judgment is desiring to avoid what one takes to be the facts about oneself, and manifests itself in a distinctive relationship to the Last Judgment.
When you look at his accomplishments, especially reflecting on his last work, which was the new design of the replacement for the East Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, resulting in the world's longest self-anchored suspension span, it conjures up images of Michelangelo's Last Judgment or Verdi's Othello--that is, masterpieces accomplished when most people would be retired.
According to "The Heavenly Doctrine" the Lord had opened Swedenborg's spiritual eyes, so that from then on he could freely visit heaven and hell and talk with angels, demons and other spirits; and the Last Judgment had already occurred, in 1757.
The second element in the imaginary comes from Dante's Inferno and Last Judgment paintings.
includes a kind of postscript on the Last Judgment, painted 1536-1541, Michelangelo's vision of the afterlife merits more than an afterthought.
There are also five pictures of the Last Judgment, painted by Michelangelo from 1536-1541.
Britain) analyzes the role of the Apocalypse--Doom, the Last Judgment, Judgment Day, and so on--in Shakespeare's quartet of tragedies.
Malachy supposedly predicted that the Church would suffer persecution under the next Pope and, afterwards, Rome would be destroyed and the Last Judgment would commence.
Another view is that it draws attention to Christ's warning not to interpret every battle as the coming of the Last Judgment.
Spires founder, composer and conductor Colin Touchin, will write the music, but the words for the choral part of the work will be drawn from poems written by the young people as a reflection on the Doom painting of the Last Judgment.
It's appropriate for a cathedral venue too, of course, the drum roll of the Last Judgment having more electricity here than in your average concert hall.
Legend has it St Patrick went there to fast for 40 days and did a deal with God so he would be allowed to judge the Irish people at the Last Judgment.