Reading Time: 4 minutes What’s impossible about following Jesus’s rules? Sure, they’re strict, but we only have to follow them for a year or two … right?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Every year of the calendar, for ages and ages, up to and including this year, religious people have believed the end of the world is coming soon. But the end never comes. I would evince a high degree of vanity to think the end of the world will occur in my life span. The whole […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Time for another apocalyptic excerpt for your delectation (or not). This is another section from my first fiction book (Survival of the Fittest: Metamorphosis), and we return to the two characters that appeared in the last excerpt I posted (concerning evolution). This pair is an unlikely combination (excuse some robust language) amongst the half dozen or […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes John Hagee’s “Four Blood Moons” claims to tap into cosmic truth, but it looks like just more nonsense to sell books to gullible Christians.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Pastor John Hagee’s new book tells us that the end might be around the corner.
Reading Time: 2 minutes How common are end-times predictions? Perhaps more common than you think. “The end is nigh!” is a prediction with much backpedaling.
Reading Time: 3 minutes You may not realize how lucky you are to be reading this. The world was supposed to have ended two days ago … but I guess it didn’t. Again. (And do you know what today is the anniversary of?)
Reading Time: < 1 minute Let’s take a peek at Harold “The sky is falling” Camping’s New Year’s resolutions.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Harold Camping’s Family Radio has scrubbed its web site of any reference to its humiliating end-of-the-world failure. In what other industry could such a catastrophic failure be ignored so completely?
Reading Time: 2 minutes I’ve enjoyed it, but this is the last day for this blog. That’s because this is the last day for everything. Yes, today is another in a long list of dates for the end of the world. But remember: celebrate sensibly! (Because tomorrow just might come after all …)