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    History takes place between the Fall and the Apocalypse, with a narrow escape route called Salvation.

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    I already survived one apocalypse, I don't need another.

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    How could you possibly stop the apocalypse when I'm atomic bombin' the populace?

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    I didn't even think about suggesting he take the boots off. There'd probably be a apocalypse or something.

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    I don't think you can be from the Caribbean and not know a certain amount about the apocalypse.

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    Horror and moral terror are your friends.

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    I always knew what I thought the theme was, the core, in one word. In 'The Godfather' it was succession. In 'The Conversation' it was privacy. In 'Apocalypse' it was morality.

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    I can see we're in for a fabulous evening's apocalypse.

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    If it makes you feel any better, this isn't my first apocalypse. There is hope.

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    In the New Testament alone there are Gospels, acts, epistles, and an apocalypse. Gospels contain literary forms like miracles, parables, pronouncements, proverbs, farewell discourses, annunciations, and so on. Epistles can be apologetic, commendatory, friendship-oriented, exhortational, diatribes.

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    I love Apocalypse Now because it's a war movie, but yet it's not really a movie about war.

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    I grew up with Apocalypse Now and Badlands, so I had a real awe thing going.

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    Man creates what he calls history as a screen to conceal the workings of the apocalypse from himself.

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    I, uh, don't think it's quite fair to condemn a whole program because of a single slip-up, sir.

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    I watched a snail crawl along the edge of a straight razor. That's my dream. That's my nightmare. Crawling, slithering, along the edge of a straight razor and surviving.

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    Soft things are terrifying. They're the real signals of death. Images of strength can never be that terrifying. It's the images of weakness that are a real apocalypse.

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    My favorite movie of all time is probably Apocalypse Now.

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    Some people dote on contemplating disasters.

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    Selfishness alone is sufficient to bring apocalypse upon a nation.

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    Thanks to Reagan, the insane now walk among us babbling about Starbucks and sodomite semen in this zombie apocalypse we call the 21st century.

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    The apocalypse is not around the corner.

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    The apocalypse is the millennium, and the psychedelics move you into the future.

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    The end approaches, but the apocalypse is long lived.

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    There's just no real job security when you're shooting a show about an apocalypse and anybody could die at any time.

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    the better angels of our nature

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    There's something unsettling about the education of a child who comfortably enumerates the rules for surviving zombie apocalypse but finds it uncomfortable to enumerate the rules of his grandparents' faith, if he knows them.

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    We have the patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church talking about how gay marriage is a sign of the apocalypse, or Russian TV talking about how meteorites are coming to punish Russians for homosexuality.

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    The two horsewomen of the apocalypse still win, despite their dwindling numbers.

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    What silence rules the ghostly hours That guard the close of human sleep!

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    40, not a bad run in the history of human existence but she’d really rather it all kept going, water in the taps, whales in the oceans, fruit and duvets, the whole sumptuous parade, she was into it thanks, she’d like that show to run and run.

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    A father’s only dream is to hear his daughter ask to kill some zombies. Go for it, sweetie. Make this old man proud.

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    After seven days of fasten so it was, that the thoughts of my heart were very grievous unto me- and my soul recovered the spirit of understanding.

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    After the end of the world, there is a world. Life doesn’t stop. It changes. And it changes me.

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    This is why I believe that many of our current eschatologies, intoxicated by dubious interpretations of John’s Apocalypse are not only ignorant and wrong, but dangerous and immoral.

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    Various Horsemen are abroad, doing their various Apocalyptic things.

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    Your apocalypse was fab.

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    A Call For The Overthrow Of The World Government!

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    After everything that's happened, her fear of requesting a prescription or of asking Trevor about his mother baffles her. Shouldn't life-altering events make you less afraid of the little stuff? But it's the little stuff that paralyzes her: talking, eating, dressing, sleeping. Everyone in school is afraid of the apocalypse; she is afraid of living through it.

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    After all, when ‘the Lord saw how great the wickedness of the human race had become’ He resolved to ‘wipe from the face of the earth the human race I have created – and with them the animals, the birds and the creatures that move along the ground – for I regret that I have made them’ (Genesis 6:7). The Bible thinks it is perfectly all right to destroy all animals as punishment for the crimes of Homo sapiens, as if the existence of giraffes, pelicans and ladybirds has lost all purpose if humans misbehave. The Bible could not imagine a scenario in which God repents having created Homo sapiens, wipes this sinful ape off the face of the earth, and then spends eternity enjoying the antics of ostriches, kangaroos and panda bears.

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    Alex: "You asked earlier why us humans fear death. I suppose it is the unknown - not knowing what awaits on the other side. But now I know, and I still fear it." The Darkness: "?" Alex: "But now I fear the living - in fact, I now fear life more than death!

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    All world believers of righteousness are required to pledge allegiance to Allah!

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    All world believers of righteousness are required to pladge allegiance to Allah!

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    A little while, their hunger unfulfilled, The mothlike worlds flit 'round the guttering sun. ("Ephemera")

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    And fight them until there is no persecution, religion is only for Allah. But if they desist, then there should be no hostility except against the oppressors.

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    And how will this come to pass?' He paused and lowered his voice. ' In the same way all change comes to pass, I fear, And I am sorry it is so. It will come to pass by violence and upheaval, by flame and by fury, for no change comes calmly over the world.

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    And how should we behave during this Apocalypse? We should be unusually kind to one another, certainly. But we should also stop being so serious. Jokes help a lot. And get a dog, if you don't already have one.

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    And it does great signs and even makes fire to come down out of heaven upon the earth before men’. That’s from Revelations Thirteen." FADE by Kailin Gow

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    And on the day when We raise up a witness out of every nation, then permission (to offer excuse) will not be allowed to make amends.

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    And on the eighth day, Satan laughed.

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    And that date, too, is far off?' 'Far off; when it comes, think your end in this world is at hand!' 'How and what is the end? Look east, west, south and north.' 'In the north, where you never yet trod, towards the point whence your instincts have warned you, there a spectre will seize you. 'Tis Death! I see a ship - it is haunted - 'tis chased - it sails on. Baffled navies sail after that ship. It enters the regions of ice. It passes a sky red with meteors. Two moons stand on high, over ice-reefs. I see the ship locked between white defiles - they are ice-rocks. I see the dead strew the decks - stark and livid, green mold on their limbs. All are dead, but one man - it is you! But years, though so slowly they come, have then scathed you. There is the coming of age on your brow, and the will is relaxed in the cells of the brain. Still that will, though enfeebled, exceeds all that man knew before you, through the will you live on, gnawed with famine; and nature no longer obeys you in that death-spreading region; the sky is a sky of iron, and the air has iron clamps, and the ice-rocks wedge in the ship. Hark how it cracks and groans. Ice will imbed it as amber imbeds a straw. And a man has gone forth, living yet, from the ship and its dead; and he has clambered up the spikes of an iceberg, and the two moons gaze down on his form. That man is yourself; and terror is on you - terror; and terror has swallowed your will. And I see swarming up the steep ice-rock, grey grisly things. The bears of the north have scented their quarry - they come near you and nearer, shambling and rolling their bulk, and in that day every moment shall seem to you longer than the centuries through which you have passed. And heed this - after life, moments continued make the bliss or the hell of eternity.' 'Hush,' said the whisper; 'but the day, you assure me, is far off - very far! I go back to the almond and rose of Damascus! - sleep!' ("The House And The Brain