Last Judgment

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Last Judgment:

see Judgment DayJudgment Day
or Doomsday,
central point of early Christian, Jewish, and Islamic eschatology, sometimes called the Day of the Lord. References to it throughout the Bible are numerous.
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Last Judgment

the. the occasion, after the resurrection of the dead at the end of the world, when, according to biblical tradition, God will decree the final destinies of all men according to the good and evil in their earthly lives
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But right now is not the future, when there will be the Resurrection of the Dead and the Final Judgement.
It is preferable that Stipulations of Settlement include Final Judgements of both money owed and possession of the premises; immediate issuance of the Warrant of Eviction; and the stay of any execution upon that Warrant pursuant to the terms of an agreed upon payment plan.
This doctrine wrongfully entails two final judgements, one at the time of "the rapture," and another after the tribulation, as well as two second comings of Christ, one at the rapture and another one after.