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Unformatted text preview: To my understanding, it is what will be the End of Days where heaven and hell come to earth. This sounds similar to one of the descriptions the book offers but it also gives two more accounts. One is on a personal level dealing with the end of ones own life, and the other is on a general level which relates it to the end of history and society. Is it meant to be taken in all three ways? Even if it is not, I think each idea would be interesting in exploring. This chapter made me question two things. The first is why are Jesus earlier years not mentioned? We know much about his end of life and even his birth. I find it hard to believe that nothing miraculous or worthy of teaching happened when he was younger. My other question relates to the section that discusses women in the church. The book says Paul envisioned a place of equality, yet to my knowledge women even to this day are not allowed to become priests....
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- Spring '11