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It must be noted that this revolt of certain women against housekeeping is not a revolt against their husbands; it is simply a revolt against their duties.
And they believe that in this way they show themselves to have superior minds, and ask credit for a deed which ought to cover them with shame.
For actions speak louder than words, and what does such action say? In the first place, it asserts that any stranger — even a young uneducated peasant girl hired for a few dollars a month — is able to perform the duties of the house-mistress and the mother.
In the second place, it substitutes a poor ambition for love, and hand service for heart service. In toe third place, it is a visible abasement of the loftiest duties of womanhood to the capacity of the lowest paid service.
A wife and mother can not thus absolve her own soul; she simply disgraces and traduces her holiest work. The first lesson a business man has to learn is to do pleasantly what he does not like to do.
All regular useful work must be monotonous, but love ought to make it easy; and at any rate, the tedium of housework is not any greater than the tedium of office work.
Lest one think that Mrs Barr was writing from a catbird seat, she emigrated to New York from England with her husband, leaving her home country behind forever.
She never remarried. Mrs Amelia E. Barr wrote out of necessity, working so as to put food on the table for her children.
She did it, and she did it cheerfully and wholeheartedly. In , without air conditioning, without kitchen appliances, without word processors, without a smart phone, and with 12…9…6…3 kids under her feet.
She wrote:. One of the great helps to success is to be cheerful; to go to work with a full sense of life; to be determined to put hindrances out of the way; to prevail over them and to get the mastery.
Above all things else, be cheerful; there is no beatitude for the despairing. In conclusion, it must be conceded that some of the modern discontent of women must be laid to unconscious influence.
Many women have doubtless thus caught the fever of discontent by mere contact, but such have only to reflect a little, and discover that, on the whole, they have done quite as well in life as they have any right to expect.
Then those who are married will find marriage and the care of it, and the love of it, quite able to satisfy all their desires; and such as really need to work will perceive that the great secret of Content abides in the unconscious acceptance of life and the fulfillment of its duties — a happiness serious and universal, but full of comfort and help.
Thus, they will cease to vary from the kindly race of women, and through the doors of Love, Hope and Labor, join that happy multitude who have never discovered that Life is a thing to be discontented with.
I heartily recommend the full Amelia Barr essay Discontented Women. And these other items as well. The Crook in the Lot by Thomas Boston,.
The Art and Grace of Contentment compiles several Puritan books, sermons, and articles on contentment into an eBook on Amazon. Discontent with Discontentment.
According to this summary from Christian Book Summaries ,. Writing in the mids, John Foxe was living in the midst of intense religious persecution at the hands of the dominant Roman Catholic Church.
In graphic detail, he offers accounts of Christians being martyred for their belief in Jesus Christ, describing how God gave them extraordinary courage and stamina to endure unthinkable torture.
The cruelties against Christians under Marcus Aurelius were so inhuman that many of those who watched them shuddered with horror, and were astonished at the courage of the sufferers.
Some of the martyrs had their feet crushed in presses, and were then forced to walk over thorns, nails, sharp shells, and other pointed objects.
Others were whipped until their sinews and veins were exposed. Then after suffering the most excruciating tortures that could be devised they were killed in terrible ways.
Yet few turned from Christ or begged their torturer to lessen their pain. Metrodorus, a minister, who preached boldly, and Pionius, who made some excellent apologies for the Christian faith, were likewise burnt.
Carpus and Papilus, two worthy Christians, and Agatonica, a pious woman, suffered martyrdom at Pergamopolis, in Asia.
Felicitatis, an illustrious Roman lady, of a considerable family, and the most shining virtues, was a devout Christian.
She had seven sons, whom she had educated with the most exemplary piety. All of them were martyred. Januarius, the eldest son of Felicitatus, was scourged, and pressed to death with weights; Felix and Philip, the two next had their brains dashed out with clubs; Silvanus, the fourth, was murdered by being thrown from a precipice; and the three younger sons, Alexander, Vitalis, and Martial, were beheaded.
The mother was beheaded with the same sword as the three latter. Justin, the celebrated philosopher, fell a martyr in this persecution.
He was a native of Neapolis, in Samaria, and was born A. Justin was a great lover of truth, and a universal scholar; he investigated the Stoic and Peripatetic philosophy, and attempted the Pythagorean; but the behavior of its professors disgusting him, he applied himself to the Platonic, in which he took great delight.
About the year , when he was thirty years of age, he became a convert to Christianity, and then, for the first time, perceived the real nature of truth.
He wrote an elegant epistle to the Gentiles, and employed his talents in convincing the Jews of the truth of the Christian rites; spending a great deal of time in travelling, until he took up his abode in Rome, and fixed his habitation upon the Viminal mount.
He kept a public school, taught many who afterward became great men, and wrote a treatise to confuse heresies of all kinds. As the pagans began to treat the Christians with great severity, Justin wrote his first apology in their favor.
This piece displays great learning and genius, and occasioned the emperor to publish a decree in favor of the Christians.
I fell in love with the prophets and these men who had loved Christ; I reflected on all their words and found that this philosophy alone was true and profitable.
The second defense that Justin wrote on behalf of the Christians gave Crescens the opportunity he needed. He convinced the emperor that Justin was dangerous to him whereupon Justin and six followers were arrested and ordered to sacrifice to pagan idols.
When they refused, they were scourged and beheaded. Lord, we know that the unregenerate heart and unsanctified mind can devise horror after horror.
I know that many hearts were converted upon seeing their courage, which was the strength of the Holy Spirit in them.
So that once more, many hearts are converted as they see dark evil of hate and torture against Your light of holy eternity in pure hearts proclaiming Your name even as they die under the sword.
Christian History: Justin Martyr. The difference with this show and other reality programs is that there is no production crew taking film of the proceedings.
The contestants are given a variety of cameras, go through a two-week boot camp to learn the cameras and also about the land they will be surviving and then dropped.
The candidates are carefully selected and there is a medical team that checks in with them each week. There have been medical extractions due to injury, illness, or sadly, starvation.
But other than medical check-ins, the contestants are truly on their own, alone in a wilderness to do everything they can do to survive.
Every little thing that has to be done has to be done by them and them alone. Everything from finding moss to wipe with, to getting a meal, to obtaining, lugging, and chopping firewood, building the fire, maintaining the fire, fending off predators, managing their calories, preparing for the weather, everything.
Of particular beauty was Patagonia. Vancouver Island had its own beauty too. Shots of the Milky Way at night with all those stars, the variety of fir tree vegetation on Vancouver, the rugged sharp-toothed mountains of the southern Andes…I liked seeing their creativity in developing strategies to survive.
I also admired the hardiness of the contestants. I am intrigued by their perseverance and ruggedness. I am not rugged, I am a wimp.
I dislike even walking to the end of the driveway to check the mail. The first mosquito bite would have me dropping out.
But I have to be hardy and rugged in a different way, living alone as a person without many life skills. In some ways I identify with the survival contestants.
I prefer alone. But I identify with them a lot. Just like the survival contestants in the wild, everything that has to be done in my life has to be done by me.
Making every meal. Doing taxes, taking care of the car, errands, cleaning the apartment, laundry, all of it- me.
Or made me toast. Or did the laundry. Or fed the cat. I am in a good place because I like living alone.
The survivalists on the TV program enjoy living alone as well, or at least, if they have a spouse or family, they enjoy being alone for extended periods of time.
A single mom launches her last child into college or another living situation, leaving her alone for the first time. Maybe she has an unsaved husband and she feels alone a lot of the time.
The one thing that brought the survivalist winners through was their attitude. I identify with that as well. How can I complain about my brain, my living situation, my life, when God made me this way and gave me this life and offers this living situation as the beneficial gift that He knows it is?
How can I not be content? Everyone has struggles of different sorts. Because I am not alone. The Lord Himself sustains me. He gave me grace to repent, He gives me good gifts as a Father does, He brings me all inner strength and worldly provision just when I need it.
I can commune with Jesus any time, through His Word, through prayer, through hymns, through speaking His word aloud back to Him.
Any woman out there who is living alone, you are not alone. I once was young and now am old, yet never have I seen the righteous abandoned or their children begging for bread.
I am not saying this out of need, for I have learned to be content regardless of my circumstances. Philippians Strength and dignity are her clothing, and she laughs at the time to come.
Proverbs She is certain of her maintenance, she has confident gladness of the days to come.
You might live alone, and sometimes, sure, the daily grind of life in the little things gets tiring, but overall our life in Christ is one of relief, gladness, and rejoicing, because we know we are not alone.
Skip to content By Elizabeth Prata Our busy days can get so fraught with things of this world, by necessity kids, meetings, laundry, shopping, appointments, practices, etc that when we read the Bible we can forget that the people we are reading about had the same kind of lives.
By Elizabeth Prata In Psalm we read of the creation rejoicing, Let the heavens be glad, and let the earth rejoice; let the sea roar, and all that fills it; let the field exult, and everything in it!
Then shall all the trees of the forest sing for joy Creation is glad, rejoices, roars, exults, and sings!
She has always been false. Who is Beth Moore? Dear Mrs. Moore, Hello — we hope this finds you doing well.
Within the current kalpa, there are four epochs that encompass the cycle. They progress from a beginning of complete purity to a descent into total corruption.
The last of the four ages is Kali Yuga , our current time, during which will be characterized by impiety, violence and decay.
The four pillars of dharma will be reduced to one, with truth being all that remains. Bharata And a rise of unrighteousness then I manifest Myself!
At this time of chaos, the final avatar, Kalki , endowed with eight superhuman faculties will appear on a white horse. Kalki will amass an army to "establish righteousness upon the earth" and leave "the minds of the people as pure as crystal.
At the completion of Kali Yuga , the next cycle will begin with a new Satya Yuga , in which all will once again be righteous with the reestablishment of dharma.
This cycle will then repeat till the larger cycle of existence under Brahma returns to the singularity , and a new universe is born.
Norse mythology depicts the end of days as Ragnarök , an Old Norse term translatable as "twilight of the gods".
It will be heralded by a devastation known as Fimbulvetr which will seize Midgard in cold and darkness.
The sun and moon will disappear from the sky, and poison will fill the air. Dead will rise from the ground and there will be widespread despair.
In the fighting Odin will be swallowed whole by his old nemesis Fenrir. The serpent Jörmungandr will open its gaping maw and be met in combat by Thor.
Thor, also a son of Odin, will defeat the serpent, only to take nine steps afterwards before collapsing to his own death.
After this people will flee their homes as the sun blackens and the earth sinks into the sea. The stars will vanish, steam will rise, and flames will touch the heavens.
This conflict will result in the deaths of most of the major Gods and forces of Chaos. Finally, Surtr will fling fire across the nine worlds.
The ocean will then completely submerge Midgard. After the cataclysm , the world will resurface new and fertile, and the surviving Gods will meet.
Some first-century Christians believed Jesus would return during their lifetime. When the converts of Paul in Thessalonica were persecuted by the Roman Empire , they believed the end of days to be imminent.
While some who believe in the literal interpretation of the Bible insist the prediction of dates or times is futile, others believe Jesus foretold signs of the end of days.
The precise time, however, will come like a "thief in the night" 1 Thess. They may also refer to Matthew in which Jesus is quoted as saying:.
In the New Testament, Jesus refers to this period preceding the end times as the "Great Tribulation" Matthew , "Affliction" Mark , and "days of vengeance" Luke When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, whoso readeth, let him understand.
Then let them which be in Judaea flee into the mountains. Let him which is on the housetop not come down Neither let him which is in the field return back to take his clothes, and woe unto them that are with child For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.
And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect's sake those days shall be shortened.
The resulting chaos will affect pregnancies, newborns, and a scourge will spread throughout the flesh, save for the elect.
The vivid imagery of this section is repeated closely in Mark — The Gospel of Luke describes a complete unraveling of the social fabric, with widespread calamity and war:.
Then he said to them, "Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be great earthquakes, and in various places famines and pestilences.
And there will be terrors and great signs from heaven. But before all this they will lay their hands on you and persecute you, delivering you up to the synagogues and prisons, and you will be brought before kings and governors for my name's sake.
This will be your opportunity to bear witness. Settle it therefore in your minds not to meditate beforehand how to answer, for I will give you a mouth and wisdom, which none of your adversaries will be able to withstand or contradict.
You will be delivered up even by parents and brothers and relatives and friends, and some of you they will put to death.
You will be hated by all for my name's sake. But not a hair of your head will perish. By your endurance you will gain your lives.
Then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains, and let those who are inside the city depart, and let not those who are out in the country enter it, for these are days of vengeance, to fulfill all that is written.
Alas for women who are pregnant and for those who are nursing infants in those days! For there will be great distress upon the earth and wrath against this people.
They will fall by the edge of the sword and be led captive among all nations, and Jerusalem will be trampled underfoot by the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles are fulfilled.
For the powers of the heavens will be shaken. And then they will see the Son of Man coming in a cloud with power and great glory.
Now when these things begin to take place, straighten up and raise your heads, because your redemption is drawing near. And he told them a parable: "Look at the fig tree, and all the trees.
As soon as they come out in leaf, you see for yourselves and know that the summer is already near.
So also, when you see these things taking place, you know that the kingdom of God is near. Truly, I say to you, this generation will not pass away until all has taken place.
Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away. In the Book of Revelation, the "great tribulation" Rev. Although some scholars see this period as a time of intense suffering immediately before the second coming of Christ or Parousia , other scholars view the "great tribulation" as the period between the first advent of Christ and his second advent at the end of times.
Protestants are divided between Millennialists and Amillennialists. Millennialists concentrate on the issue of whether the true believers will see the tribulation or be removed from it by what is referred to as a Pre-Tribulation Rapture.
Amillennialists believe the end times encompass the time from Christ's ascension to the Last day, and maintain that the mention of the "thousand years" in the Book of Revelation is meant to be taken metaphorically i.
There is a range of eschatological belief in Protestant Christianity. Christian premillennialists who believe the End Times are occurring now, are usually specific about timelines that climax in the end of the world.
For some, Israel , the European Union , or the United Nations are seen as major players whose roles were foretold in scripture.
Within dispensational premillennialist writing, there is the belief that Christians will be summoned to Heaven by Christ at the Rapture , occurring before a "Great Tribulation" prophesied in Matthew 24—25; Mark 13 and Luke The Tribulation is described in the book of Revelation.
Post-Exilic Hebrew books of prophecy such as Daniel and Ezekiel are given new interpretations in this Christian tradition, while apocalyptic forecasts appear in the Judeo-Christian Sibylline Oracles which include the Book of Revelation ascribed to John, the apocryphal Apocalypse of Peter , and the Second Book of Esdras.
Most fundamentalist Christians anticipate biblical prophecy to be literally fulfilled. They see current wars, natural disaster and famine as the birth pangs which Jesus described in Matthew —8 and Mark They believe mankind began in the garden of Eden , and point to the Valley of Megiddo as the place where the current world system will terminate, after which the Messiah will rule for 1, years.
Contemporary use of the term End Times has evolved from literal belief in Christian millennialism. In this tradition, Biblical apocalypse is believed to be imminent, with various current events as omens of impending Armageddon.
These beliefs have been put forward by the Adventist movement Millerites , Jehovah's Witnesses , and dispensational premillennialists.
In a group of eight well known preachers produced the London Manifesto , warning of an imminent second coming of Christ shortly after the liberation of Jerusalem by the British.
Religious movements which expect that the second coming of Christ as a cataclysmic event are generally called adventism.
These have arisen throughout the Christian era, but were particularly common after the Protestant Reformation.
Emanuel Swedenborg considered the second coming to be symbolic, and to have occurred in Along with others, he developed a religious system around the second coming of Christ, disclosed by new prophecy or special revelation not described in the Bible.
The Millerites are diverse religious groups which similarly rely upon a special gift of interpretation for predicting the second coming.
The difference between the 19th-century Millerite and Adventist movements and contemporary prophecy is that William Miller and his followers, based on Biblical interpretation, predicted the time of the Second Coming to have occurred in Contemporary writing of end time has suggested the timetable will be triggered by future wars and moral catastrophe , and that this time of tribulation is close at hand.
Seventh-day Adventists believe Biblical prophecy to foretell an end time scenario in which the United States works in conjunction with the Catholic Church to mandate worship on a day other than the true Sabbath, Saturday, as prescribed in the Ten Commandments Exodus — This will bring about a situation where one must choose for or against the Bible as the will of God.
Another view of the end times is preterism. It distinguishes the time of the end from the end of time. Preterists believe the term Last Days or Time of the End refers to, neither the last days of the Earth, nor the last days of humankind, but the end of the Old Covenant between God and Israel ; which, according to preterism, took place when the Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed in 70 CE.
Preterists believe that prophecies —such as the Second Coming , the desecration of the Jewish Temple, the destruction of Jerusalem, the rise of the Antichrist , the Great Tribulation , the advent of The Day of the Lord , and a Final Judgment —had been fulfilled when the Romans sacked Jerusalem and completely destroyed its Temple.
Proponents of full preterism do not believe in a coming resurrection of the dead. They place this event as well as the Second Coming in the year Advocates of partial preterism do believe in a coming resurrection.
Full preterists contend that partial preterists are merely futurists , since they believe the Second Coming, the Resurrection, the Rapture , and the Judgment are yet to come.
Many preterists believe first-century Christians experienced the Rapture to rejoin the Christ. According with Preterism's interpretation of end times, many "time passages" in the New Testament foretell a Second Coming of Christ, with Last Days to take place within the lifetimes of his disciples: Matt.
Dispensationalism is an evangelical futurist Biblical interpretation that foresees a series of dispensations , or periods, in which God relates to human beings under different Biblical covenants.
The belief system is primarily rooted in the writings of John Nelson Darby and is premillennial in content.
The reestablishment of Israel in provided a major impetus to the dispensationalist belief system. The wars of Israel after with its Arab neighbors provided further support, according to John F.
Members of the dispensationalist movement such as Hal Lindsey , J. Dwight Pentecost , John Walvoord , all of whom have Dallas Theological Seminary backgrounds, and some other writers, claimed further that the European Economic Community , which preceded the European Union , would become a United States of Europe , which would in turn become a Revived Roman Empire ruled by the Antichrist.
The fact that in the early s, there were erroneously thought to be seven nations in the European Economic Community was held to be significant; this aligned the Community with a seven-headed beast mentioned in Revelation.
This specific prophecy has required revision, but the idea of a Revived Roman Empire remains. Dispensationalism, in contrast to the Millerite Adventist movement, had its beginning in the 19th century, when John Nelson Darby , founder of the Plymouth Brethren religious denomination , incorporated into his system of Biblical interpretation a system of organizing Biblical time into a number of discrete dispensations , each of which marks a separate covenant with God.
Darby's beliefs were widely publicized in Cyrus I. Since the majority of the Biblical prophets were writing at a time when the Temple in Jerusalem was still functioning, they wrote as if it would still be standing during the prophesied events.
According to preterism, this was a fulfillment of the prophecies. However, according to Futurists , their destruction in AD 70 put the prophetic timetable on hold.
Many such believers therefore anticipated the return of Jews to Israel and the reconstruction of the Temple before the Second Coming could occur.
A view of the Second Coming of Christ as held by post-tribulational pre-millennialists holds that the Church of Christ will have to undergo great persecution by being present during the great tribulation.
In , William Miller made the first of several predictions that the world would end in only a few months. As his predictions did not come true referred to as the Great Disappointment , followers of Miller went on to found separate groups, the most successful of which is the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
End times theology is also significant to restorationist Christian religions, which consider themselves distinct from both Catholicism and Protestantism.
The eschatology of Jehovah's Witnesses is central to their religious beliefs. They believe Jesus Christ has been ruling in heaven as king since a date they believe was prophesied in Scripture , and that after that time a period of cleansing occurred, resulting in God's selection of the Bible Students associated with Charles Taze Russell to be his people in They also believe the destruction of those who reject the Bible's message  and thus willfully refuse to obey God   will shortly take place at Armageddon , ensuring that the beginning of the new earthly society will be composed of willing subjects of that kingdom.
The religion's doctrines surrounding are the legacy of a series of emphatic claims regarding the years ,  ,  ,  ,   and  made in the Watch Tower Society's publications between and Claims about the significance of those years, including the presence of Jesus Christ, the beginning of the "last days", the destruction of worldly governments and the earthly resurrection of Jewish patriarchs, were successively abandoned.
The Watch Tower Society has admitted its early leaders promoted "incomplete, even inaccurate concepts".
Watch Tower publications often cite Proverbs , "The path of the righteous ones is like the bright light that is getting lighter and lighter until the day is firmly established" NWT to support their view that there would be an increase in knowledge during "the time of the end", as mentioned in Daniel Jehovah's Witnesses say this increase in knowledge needs adjustments.
Watch Tower publications also say that unfulfilled expectations are partly due to eagerness for God's Kingdom and that they do not call their core beliefs into question.
According to church doctrine, the true gospel will be taught in all parts of the world prior to the Second Coming.
Christ shall reign for a period of years, after which the Final Judgement will occur. Muslims believe there are three periods before the Day of Judgment , also known as ashratu's-sa'ah or alamatu qiyami's-sa'ah, with some debate as to whether the periods could overlap.
According to Harun Yahya , the first period is said to have begun with the death of Muhammad. The second began with the passing of all his Companions, and ended a thousand years later.
Another event of the second period was the Tartar invasion, occurring years after Muhammad. They massacred millions of Muslims, and the water of the river Tigris turned red with blood.
A traditional narration also predicted a fire at Madinah in the Hijaz near Busra in Syria, which Islamic scholars believe occurred in AH.
Following the second, the third and final period will be heralded by the appearance of the Mahdi. Sunnis believe the dead will then stand in a grand assembly, awaiting a scroll detailing their righteous deeds, sinful acts and ultimate judgment.
The signs of the coming end time are divided into major and minor signs :. Following the second period, the third is said to be marked by the ten major signs known as alamatu's-sa'ah al- kubra The major signs of the end.
Concepts and terminology in Shia eschatology includes Mi'ad , The Occultation and Al-Yamani , Sufyani In Twelver Shia narrations about the last days, the literature largely revolves around Muhammad al-Mahdi , a messianic figure considered to be the twelfth appointed successor to Muhammad.
Mahdi will help mankind against the deception by a man called Dajjal who will try to get people in to a new world religion which is called "the great deception".
Ahmadiyya is considered distinct from mainstream Islam. In its writing, the present age has been witness to the evil of man and wrath of God, with war and natural disaster.
His teaching will establish spiritual reform and establish an age of peace. This will continue for a thousand years, and will unify mankind under one faith.
Ahmadis believe that despite harsh and strong opposition and discrimination they will eventually be triumphant and their message vindicated both by Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
Ahmadis also incorporate the eschatological views from other religions into their doctrine and believe Mirza Ghulam Ahmed falls into this sequence.
In rabbinic literature , rabbis elaborated and explained the prophecies that were found in the Hebrew Bible, along with oral law and rabbinic traditions about its significance.
The main tenets of Jewish eschatology, in no particular order, include: . The idea of a messianic age , an era of global peace and knowledge of the Creator, has a prominent place in Jewish thought, and is incorporated as part of the end of days.
A well-known passage from the Book of Isaiah describes this future condition of the world: "They shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks; nation will not lift sword against nation and they will no longer study warfare"  Maimonides — further describes the Messianic Era in the Mishneh Torah : "And at that time there will be no hunger or war, no jealousy or rivalry.
For the good will be plentiful, and all delicacies available as dust. The entire occupation of the world will be only to know God As it is written Isaiah : 'For the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of God, as the waters cover the sea.
The Zohar  maintains that the seven days of the week, based on the seven days of creation, correspond to the seven millennia of creation.
The seventh day of the week, the Shabbat day of rest, corresponds to the seventh millennium, the age of universal rest, or the Messianic Era.
The seventh millennium begins with the year AM , and is the latest time the Messiah can come. Rastafarians have a unique interpretation of end times, based on the Old Testament and the Book of Revelation.
They saw the crowning of Selassie as the second coming , and the Second Italo-Ethiopian War as fulfillment of Revelation. There is also the expectation that Selassie will return for a day of judgment and bring home the lost children of Israel, which in Rastafarianism refer to those taken from Africa through the slave trade.
There will then be an era of peace and harmony at Mount Zion in Africa. Zoroastrian eschatology is considered one of the oldest in recorded history.
The birth of its founder, Zoroaster , is unknown, with scholarly dates ranging from 6th century BCE to 5, years earlier.
Pliny the Elder even suggests there were two Zoroasters. The Bahman Yasht describes:. At the end of thy tenth hundredth winter, the sun is more unseen and more spotted; the year, month, and day are shorter; and the earth is more barren; and the crop will not yield the seed.
And men become more deceitful and more given to vile practices. They will have no gratitude. Honorable wealth will proceed to those of perverted faith.
And a dark cloud makes the whole sky night, and it will rain more noxious creatures than water. A Manichaean battle between the righteous and wicked will be followed by the Frashokereti.
On earth, the Saoshyant will arrive as the final savior of mankind, and bring about the resurrection of the dead.
The yazata s Airyaman and Atar will melt the metal in the hills and mountains, which will flow as lava across the earth and all mankind, both the living and resurrected, will be required to wade through it.
Ashavan will pass through the molten river as if it were warm milk, but the sinful will burn. It will then flow down to hell, where it will annihilate Angra Mainyu and the last vestiges of wickedness.
The righteous will partake of the parahaoma , which will confer immortality upon them. Humanity will become like the Amesha Spentas , living without food, hunger, thirst, weapons or injury.
Bodies will become so light as to cast no shadow. All humanity will speak a single language, and belong to a single nation with no borders.
All will share a single purpose and goal, joining with Ahura Mazda for a perpetual and divine exaltation.
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Maitreya Three Ages. Olivet Discourse Sheep and Goats. Four Horsemen Antichrist. Historicism Futurism. Second Coming Islamic eschatology.
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