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Is the "end" of our stories something to be afraid of, or hopeful about? Whether we are talking about what happens to us individually when we die or what happens at the end of the world's story, we naturally wonder about where our stories are headed and what we do with our lives in the mean time in light of it. And to be sure, both the Scriptures and centuries of Christian thinking and theology have things to say about those questions--although sometimes we've spoken with too much certainty about things we can't know, or arrogantly assumed it's up to us to do take certain actions to set Jesus' coming again into motion. In this final episode of our "Christianity 202" series, pastors Erica, Sarah, and Steve explore some of the questions about "last things"--or in theological jargon, "eschatology"--and how we stake out a place at the intersection of hope and humility as we trust in the God who raises the dead and promises to make all things new, even if we don't know details about the how or the when. Join us for this conversation here on Crazy Faith Talk.