Friday, May 20, 2011

Fact or Fiction: Will Tomorrow be the end of the world? Evangelicals party like there's no tomorrow ' - 20th May 2011

Before I post this Article I would like to say, I sure hope it doesn't Because the Grand Prix is on this Sunday.. on a serious Note:

This cult has a Estimated 200 million Followers, by Chance if one of the believers reads this site could you please answer the following questions for me?

The Bible States:

"evil men and impostors [who] will grow worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived. - 2 Timothy 3:13"

It also says in the Bible "The truth is, no one knows the day or hour of the coming of the Son of Man (Matthew 24:36)"

Also many stories have appeared of people leaving their Jobs, blowing all their savings on Advertising and Spreading the word of the End of the World, has Harold Camping who has a net worth of an estimated 25 Million Dollars done the same?

What makes you Think Harold Camping is right this time?, he predicted the Rapture to start in September 1994, he was wrong then.

What Will you all do on the 22nd May, if the World doesn's End? Much appreciated if someone could answer this for me. Thank you.

He claimed he misfired with his last prediction that the end of the world was coming in 1994 because of a mathematical error.

But this time Harold Camping is certain he has his sums right when he insists that Saturday is Judgment Day.

And just in case he’s right, some Americans are making the most of their time left with ‘Rapture Parties’ across the country.

In the Army town of Fayetteville, North Carolina, the American Humanist Association is organizing a two-day extravaganza with a party on Saturday and a day-after concert with the proviso of possible cancellation due to a natural catastrophe of some sort or another. Read More