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Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Fri Jan 14, 2011 5:41 pm
by Kitsune
This on the other hand bothers me though. I am most worried that these deaths are caused by all that oil in the oceans now. It's changing our ecosystem and I really don't think its for the better.

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Fri Jan 14, 2011 8:49 pm
by Ragnar
There was some one on RBB radio yesterday that had a list of similr things happening every year and in similar numbers over the past FIFTY (!) years.

ONLY fifty, because previously the records were not kept in one place and got lost, or otherwise went missing.

But I am sure if you looked in all the back issues of Ripleys, the regularity of "rains of fish in middle of Arazona" would bore you to death.

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Wed Jan 19, 2011 9:45 pm
by Kitsune
Rains of fish are common... heck, even rains of frogs happen. Mass die-offs? Not quite so much. I don't think I'm being overly alarmist, but it does make me hope that we haven't screwed our planet up irrevocably yet.

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 12:12 am
by Ragnar
Kitsune wrote:Rains of fish are common... Mass die-offs?
I can assure you, the fish are not....very well.

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 12:49 pm
by kristoff1235
This is stupid, if they had paid more attention they would have realized the bible says no one will know the time of the end of the world, even i know that and ive only read 6 of the books... plus how could they ever come up with may of any year let alone 2011. Oh and then also i do not believe the damage is great enough to destroy everything. eventually nature will grow tired of us and wipe us out or die us down.

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 8:30 pm
by Ragnar
:-? Did I miss something?

Hel, you lot, if the world had ended, it would have been nice of you all to let me know so I could go and take photos. :cry:

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 2:37 pm
by Librarian
NNow if we couldd just get them to sign over all of their worldly goods the the day after... ;)

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 7:07 pm
by Ragnar
I always bet them a couple of million that it won't happen.

Strange how even the "most ardent" believers in "the end", seem not to be able to put their hands in their pockets.

What have they got to loose? :roll:

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Mon Jul 30, 2012 9:44 am
by Librarian
Only their myth-conceptions?

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 8:44 am
by Kibaval
i remember this whole situation -_- pathetic to be true, i had a party that day just for giggles, they even had an exct time for the end, 8:00 california time (6 here) may 21st, 2011. now as said before, how do you even think of something like that? you didnt get it from the bible because it has no dates whatsoever, the lunacy and ignorance -_- appalling

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Sun Aug 25, 2013 4:17 am
by Herbs Of Airmid
I went to a Christian conference with my friend and her family. We attended a seminar on "The Illuminati and the End of the World." The Bible says that no one but God the Father will know when Judgement Day is. If they believe everything in the Bible's true, how can they know when the world will end? And I think we're safe now. I wonder what they said when the time they said passed and nothing happened?

Re: End of Days in May? Christian group spreads word

Posted: Mon Aug 26, 2013 2:49 am
by Dark Waters
The doomsayers often use the Bible as justification for their predictions, even though it says no one will know the day, they also believe it to be the true Word of God (pffttt!) and therefore since God knows the date, and loves us so much, He left clues in His Word. Of course somehow they also feel that each of them was the only one chosen to be able to see the clues clearly and therefore to spread the word and reap the benefits. (It is a great profit makers, this doom and gloom business.