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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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Possibly' seems easier to swallow when I present my belief about believing in an innovative car that might transform the automobile industry for the better compared to when 'possibly' is used in the Last Judgement belief.
With The Last Judgement, virtuosic though its execution, one feels suddenly back in the '50s with its "New Images of Man" sensibility that Caro's abstraction of the '60s had helped sweep away.
Despite its rifle, The Last Judgement has nothing to do with the traditional separation of the saved and the damned, but instead is a somber meditation on this troubled century, embodied as a series of boxy, confessional- or shrine-like structures, a few extended laterally into confrontational "tableaux.
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Mertens, Thom, Maria Sherwood-Smith, Michael Mecklenburg, and Hans-Jochen Schiewer, eds, The Last Judgement in Medieval Preaching (Sermo, 3), Turnhout, Brepols, 2013; hardback; pp.
Peter is well known for his landscapes of the North East and places further afield, including Venice, New York and the Mediterranean, but yesterday he looked in awe at the window showing the Last Judgement.
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Radiating from the sculptural program at Reims and other new cathedrals in France, this new 'Gothic' smile spread to England and Germany, where in the Last Judgement Portal of Bamberg Cathedral the Elect wear vividly plastic smiles of utter satisfaction, while the damned are led away weeping.
Michelangelo's ceiling along with the Last Judgement on the Chapel's east wall, which he painted years later, remain, as the author rightly says, 'one of the great landmarks of we stern civilisation'.
Besides designating a 1000-year period or a respective anniversary, the millennium is the name of the period of 1000 years during which Christ, after his return to the earth, shall reign together with the souls of beheaded martyrs prior to the Last Judgement, as told in Revelation 20/1-7.