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    The next day, both Mu Chen and Luo Li left the freshman area when morning arrived, and headed towards the Northern Heavens Spiritual Academy. After all, today was the day that they’d select Spiritual Arts from the Spiritual Arts Hall. Mu Chen was deeply moved and passionate about when it came to the Spiritual Arts Hall. To a certain extent, the Northern Heavens Spiritual Academy was considerably more strict than the Northern Spiritual Academy. At this place, there were things known as free…

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    Hell: A Short Story

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    “My sermon this week will be about where the soul goes when you die. When your life here on earth ends your soul goes to one of two places. The eternal peace of Heaven or the agonizing pit of fire called hell. Those who go to Heaven have accepted Jesus Christ as their savior and will spend eternity in the paradise of Heaven with Him. Those who go to hell have denied themselves the eternal safety that Jesus provides and will spend eternity in agony by the torments that’s plural of the devil’s…

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    Earth instead of Heaven, Hell or Purgatory, which gives them the fear of what happens to them when they die. Their limited information on this afterlife simply enhances this fear and brings them to any other possible answer to their fear such as philosophy. The quote from above only answers that there is a Purgatory but through the more communicative nature that the Ghost has with his son, Hamlet, we are possible to create a few possible vague indications of either a hell or heaven.…

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    Dante’s purpose of his journey was to get through heaven so he could get to heaven, which means he has to enter the very worst part of hell. Virgil says to Dante, “Hope not ever to see Heaven. I have come to lead you to the other shore; into eternal darkness; into fire and into ice.” The last Circle in hell represents the worst of crimes, betrayal. An American writer and…

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    And so he goes to heaven And so am I revenged. That would be scanned. A villain kills my father, and for that, I, his sole son, do this same villain send To heaven.” (3.3.77-83) Showing that Hamlet believed that should he murder Claudius during this exact moment, Claudius would be sent to heaven rather than hell. Should he send him to heaven, Hamlet believed that this wouldn’t avenge his father 's death but would rather be “hire…

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    Life After Death Analysis

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    Modern Christianity pushes the belief that when you die you either go to heaven or hell. Bishop N. Tom Wright corrects this theory though several passages in the Bible. We see that there indeed is a different plan than just that we live, we die, and then we go to heaven. Bishop Wright shows us what he calls “Life after life after death.” After watching Wright’s video, I do disagree with one thing. I feel by his definition of life after death. It should be Life after death after life. What does…

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    Love In Dante's Inferno

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    an Italian poet from Florence, who wrote his most famous poem, the Divine Comedy, in exile. Dante wrote the Divine Comedy for his idealized love, Beatrice, who appears in the trilogy as a goal for Dante. He traverses Hell, Purgatory, and even into Heaven to find and be with Beatrice. In the first part of his poem, titled Inferno, Dante, led by the Roman poet Virgil, encounters those who were unworthy of being Christians: “the unbaptized, the pagans, the lustful and the avaricious, heretics,…

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    Dante’s Inferno is considered one of the best works of humanity. In Inferno, Dante literally puts all kind of men into hell for their sins; from great kings to slaves, from every type of ethnicity, race, country and anything else a man identifies by. Based on Christian doctrines of his time, Dante has taken revenge over all kind of figures that he knew by. Furthermore, Inferno is filled with allegories and represents a deep literature. In this essay, we will discuss about the uses and…

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    At the beginning of the poem, Taylor is observing the sky. His thoughts become puzzled as he looks at somewhere that’s described as heaven. He says astonishingly, “A Golden Path my Pensill cannot line, / From that bright Throne unto my Threshold ly.” (lines 3-4). Taylor praises the heavens above by calling it a bright throne. He then says that he finds “the bread of life” at his door. The bread of life over here represents mana, which nourishes the soul. Taylor…

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    painting is based on the poem Dante's Divine Comedy. In the poem Dante's Divine Comedy, Dante travels through all three planes of the afterlife. He goes to hell, heaven and purgatory. This fresco illustrates the story behind the poem. This canvas is divided into thirds. Each third allows us to see the artists interpretation of heaven, hell, and purgatory. This represents the three categories of cantos. In the middle of all of these places stands Dante himself. Dante is wearing a faded red robe…

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