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Limits of Disaster

In this last chapter of groundwork for the second half of the book (where we look at the text of selected chapters) Prevost argues that the frame around the images of disaster and horror in the Apocalypse is always hope and Good News. Is that your experience so far? Why, then, do people fixate on the judgement? What role might the judgement play in the context of a bigger frame of hope?