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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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Tales from Old Testament and New, scenes of the Last Judgement, or lives of saints were painted in frescoes on the inner walls, carved on stone doors and columns or wooden choir stalls, retold in stained-glass windows.
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The Last Judgement is on RTE1 on Tuesday at 10.15pm.