Two weeks. I won't need to send my sister a birthday card for the 26th.
"Seven billion people are facing their death!" I guess that's what they call 'the good news."
Well, there you have it. As the billboard says, "The Bible Guarantees It." Who could fight logic like that?
May 21 believers say the Bible contains clues that brook no argument. God tells Noah the world will end in seven days; the Bible also equates a day to 1,000 years. They set the date of the flood at 4990 B.C. So, adding 7,000 years and considering the missing year “0” produces the year 2011. Translating a biblical reference to a month and day, from the Hebrew calendar to the Gregorian, results in May 21... The gathering up of saved souls will begin, followed by five months of chaos and tribulation that will serve as a spiritual going-out-of-business sale, Camping teaches. It will culminate with the end of the world on Oct. 21.
Camping groupie with billboard