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XLV.—Of the Day of Judgment.

I add something, on account of unbelievers, of the day of judgment.  Again, the fire of the Lord sent forth shall be appointed.  The earth gives a true groan; then those who are making their journey in the last end, and then all unbelievers, groan.  The whole of nature is converted in flame, which yet avoids the camp of His saints.  The earth is burned up from its foundations, and the mountains melt.  Of the sea nothing remains:  it is overcome by the powerful fire.  This sky perishes, and the stars and these things are changed.  Another newness of sky and of everlasting earth is arranged.  Thence they who deserve it are sent away in a second death, but the righteous are placed in inner dwelling-places.

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