A Theological Treatise on the Four Last Things
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Life Everlasting Life Everlasting by the incomparable Dominican theologian, Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange (1877-1964), is a serious theological treatise on the Four Last Things - Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell - but purposely written for the average reader. His intention is to show people the exalted "immensity" of the human soul and that only possession of God in the Beatific Vision in Heaven can completely satisfy man's desires. But in the process, he discusses very briefly many theological aspects that bear on our final end - such as, "the roots of vice and virtue," "purgatory before death," "final impenitence," "the grace of a happy death," "immutability after death," "the Particular Judgment," "the Last Judgment," "theological reasons for Hell," "eternal Hell and divine perfections," "the pain of loss," "demonstrative arguments for Purgatory," "Purgatory's chief pain," "the nature of eternal beatitude," "the sublimity of the Beatific Vision," etc. Calling on Scripture, St. Thomas Aquinas and the rich theological tradition of the Catholic Church, Fr. Garrigou-Lagrange weaves a profoundly enlightening study of 32 considerations relative to man's final destiny - Heaven or Hell - that at once instills the reader with powerfully motivating insights about his final end, but that also inspires him to conform his life to God's holy law in order to insure that his final destination is indeed life everlasting
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