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Eschaton is Greek for "the end."

Eschata is the plural of eschaton, so it means "end things" or "last things." In the Catholic tradition, the "Four Last Things" are Death, Judgment, Heaven, and Hell. In the Protestant traditions, as a general rule, the eschata are the events of the last days at the end of time.

Eschatology, means "study of the end things"--striving to understand what God wants us to know about the end of the world.


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