Monday, 2 March 2015

How Will You Survive The Unsurvivable? - When Doomsday Strikes

End time (also called end times, end of time, end of days, last days, final days, or eschaton) is an interval described in the eschatologies of the leading world religious beliefs, both Non-Abrahamic and abrahamic.

In Judaism, the term "end of days" makes reference to the Messianic Age, and includes an in-gathering of the ousted diaspora, the coming of the mashiach, olam haba, and rebirth of the Tsadikim. Christianity traditionally illustrates the end time as a period of tribulation that comes before the second coming of Christ, that will encounter the development of the Antichrist and usher in the Kingdom of God. Some Christians believe that the end time represents the individual adversity experienced before they are informed with the Word of God.

Non-Abrahamic faiths have much more cyclical world-views, with end-time eschatologies identified by rebirth, redemption and degeneration. In Buddhism, the Buddha forecasted that his teachings would be failed to remember after 5,000 years, complied with by chaos. The best destruction of the world will certainly after that come through seven sunlight.

Since the discovery of deep time and the Earth, scientific discourse concerning end time has focused on the utmost fate of the cosmos. Theories have actually consisted of the Big Rip, Big Crunch, Big Bounce, and Big Freeze.

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