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with no warning. I could continue to ramble on about my opinions and experiences, but the focus is how Faust interpreted the “Good Death.” I also take nothing away from those who have given their life and have witnessed these events in past conflicts and wars. During the Civil War, to understand the “Good Death” there was the opposite, “Bad Death.” The “Bad Death” was those who rejected to understand the meaning for their own life and rejected faith to the end. Punishment through the means of execution for desertion or for crimes of rape, and murder became common during the duration of the Civil War. Hugh McLees expresses, “the deathbed of an impenitent and unpardoned sinner is a very awful place yet it is the one where I have been often called to stand.” (McLees; Faust, 2008) Culture believed in the “Good Death”, and for those that chose the “Bad Death” risked the possible opportunity in visiting family members in a higher order. We are all human beings. Why would we not all return to the same location after our soul has deserted its current temple? Faust explains the “Good Death” during the Civil war as
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