This article deplores the fact that the theologumenon 'last judgement'
has become a museum piece. It seeks to stimulate a new debate on this
topic. The author is convinced that this theologumenon is a central topic
of the Jewish-Christian religion and should therefore be actualised in
such a way that it again can become part of the living faith of the
church. The author enters into discussion with Moltmann about God's
actions in this world, with Pannenberg about the criterion of the judgement
and with Kung about eternal punishment.
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