Monday, September 06, 2010

Yet Another Anniversary of the World Not Ending

Today, September 6, is the 16th anniversary of the world not ending. Harold Camping declared that September 6, 1994 would be the end of the final tribulation, and that on that date, the sun would become dark, the moon would turn to blood and the stars would fall from the sky. The universe would undergo undulation for a period of a few weeks until Christ returned to end the world and to throw a majority of people who had ever lived into hell.

As far as I know, it didn't happen. Maybe it did and I just missed the 10 o'clock news.

But, oh wait. Harold Camping is at it again.  (And again and again and again)  Sometime in the last couple of years he really nailed it with infallible proof that May 21, 2011 is Judgment Day.  But he condemns himself in saying that the church age has ended and the church has been under the power of Satan since the final tribulation.  Camping was an elder in a church during that time, so he unwittingly (I presume) claims himself to be under Satan's control.  Oh, well.  Just another day at the office for Harold Camping.

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