Friday, May 20, 2011

Just In Case...



...you find zombies shambling (or possibly running full-tilt) about tomorrow and your really REALLY Christian "friends" are missing...you have this man to blame.

Via Telegraph:

In 1970, Mr Harold Camping published the Biblical Calendar of History, in which he dated the creation of the world to 11,013BC and the flood which Noah survived to 4990BC. His timeframe was based on the idea that the word "begat" in the Old Testament does not necessarily imply an immediate father-son relationship, but could refer to a patriarch and a distant descendent.

He also argues that a calendar exists in the text of the Bible which details the imminent end of the church age, implying that churches are no longer used by God for salvation, and the Rapture, when Christians will gather to meet Christ, and finally the end of the world. The current date for the Rapture is May 21, 2011, and Mr Camping believes, according to Thessalonians 4:15-17, that this is when "the dead in Christ shall rise first. Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord".

Also: Make My Bed? But You Say the World's Ending

4 comments:

Schweigsame said...

Does this mean that all the Republicans will disappear? Please Jesus, PLEASE take them up in the air with you.

thegayte-keeper said...

Uh-huh...

Writer said...

No, Schweigsame, I'm afraid we all got left behind. No good Christians left. :(

Writer said...

thegayte-keeper, LOL. :)