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#1 Huldah

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Posted 19 June 2004 - 05:00 PM

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Some quotes from this article which demonstrates the foolishness of trying to predict the date of Christ's return...

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AD 131 Autumn: Akiba, Chief Rabbi of Israel, proclaims Simeon Bar-Kokhba (Kosiba) to be the Christ! Simeon leads a carefully prepared revolt against Rome, after it becomes known that emperor Hadrian is to build Roman temples in Jerusalem.
132 The so-called 'Letter of Barnabas' is produced among Egyptian Christians, spreading a view of history as a Great Week of 1000 year ages, the sabbath age being the 'millennium' of the book of Revelation, which misleads multitudes over subsequent years.
156 Montanus of Phrygia begins to prophesy of the imminent return of Christ. The New Jerusalem as a physical city would descend on Phrygia. His movement spreads in the Christian church throughout Asia Minor and North Africa to Rome itself, influencing many leading Christians.
c.220 (Saint) Hippolytus of Rome supports the date of the Creation as 5500 years before Christ and writes, 
'From the birth of Christ one must count another 500 years, 
and only then the End will come.'
In other words, he set the date according to the Great Week idea of history (500 AD according to his calculation).
410 As Rome is sacked by invaders, BishopAugustine reports some Christians as saying, 'from Adam all the years have passed, and behold, the 6000 years are completed.' (following the 'Great Week' idea of history).
490s The start of the Great Week (the date of Creation) is now moved to 5200 years before Christ (thus, 6000 Anno Mundi = 800 AD). 
Nevertheless Christianity is still disturbed by several 'prophets' announcing the imminent coming of Antichrist.
786 Stories, such as, 'the sign of the cross appeared in the clothing of men, and blood poured forth from the skies and the earth, and other signs appeared whence an enormous dread and salubrious fear invaded the populace ...', begin to spread in anticipation of the End in 800 AD.
999 December: the Great Week idea has now focused on the year 1000 AD. 
Fanaticism reaches panic level in many communities, bands of flagellants roam the countryside, and mobs call for the execution of sorcerers and unpopular officials.
1000 Christ does not come, but a wave of church building spreads in Europe.


Edited by Huldah, 19 June 2004 - 05:18 PM.

"But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." John 4.14

#2 Huldah

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Posted 19 June 2004 - 05:01 PM

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1033 Belief in the millennium of Christ's death and resurrection as the date for the Great Resurrection fills the roads to Jerusalem with pilgrims anticipating His Return.
1186 September: the 'Toledo Letter' prophecy spreads through Europe setting the year 1186 as the apocalyptic coming of the Millennium. 
The Archbishop of Canterbury calls a three day fast throughout Britain to prepare for it.
1200 Catholic Abbot, Joachim of Fiore's idea of Seven Stages leading to Christ's Return (ending the sixth 'day' of the Great Week) gains wide acceptance. He teaches that 1200 is 40 generations since Christ and thus the start of transition to the Millennium. 
His followers date the End as 1260 AD.
1254 Emperor Frederick II's propagandists 'prove' that Pope Innocent IV is the Antichrist by showing that his Latin name adds up to 666.
1260 The Apostolic Brethren sect forms (the first doomsday cult) in response to Joachim's apocalyptic ideas and in 1307 they take up arms in Italy against the corruption of the Roman Church (their spiritual 'Babylon') in order to precipitate the End.
1420 February 10-14, is set by the Taborite movement of Bohemia (named after the Mount of Transfiguration) as the date of Christ's Return. When He does not come their priests teach that He had come secretly (as Jehovah's Witnesses would do in 1914). They form an organized apocalyptic community and take up arms against their opponents.
1421 October: a Taborite army of 400 annihilate a breakaway group known as Adamites who believed the Bible verse "At midnight a cry went up 'Behold, the Bridegroom cometh'" (Mat.25:6) gave them authority to kill every man, woman and child they found as judgment to inaugurate Christ's coming.
1434 Taborite troops continue to rampage throughout central Europe killing their opponents until stopped by a Bohemian army. Their last stronghold is destroyed in 1452 AD.
1490 Catholic Priest, Girolamo Savonarola of Florence, begins preaching the imminent coming of Antichrist, and prophesying of God's coming judgment. Expectations develop of the Return of Christ in 1500 AD. The Medici rulers are cast out and a Christian republic is formed.
1500 Botticelli's famous painting, 'Mystic Nativity', carries his note in Greek:
'I Sandro painted this picture at the end of the year 1500 in the troubles of Italy in the half-time after the time according to the 11th chapter of St. John in the second woe of the Apocalypse in the loosing of the devil for three and a half years (i.e. rule of Antichrist). Then he will be chained ... as in this picture.' 
But the End does not come!


Edited by Huldah, 19 June 2004 - 05:28 PM.

"But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." John 4.14

#3 Huldah

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Posted 19 June 2004 - 05:02 PM

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1523 David Reuveni arrives in Jerusalem as Israel's end time Messiah, after its surrender to the Ottoman empire (known for its friendliness to Jews), precipitating a change in the special Jewish prayer place from the Mount of Olives and Gates of Temple Mount to the Western (Wailing) Wall.
1525 Müntzer of Thuringia leads the people of Münster to start the Millennium by violent revolution against corrupt leaders.
1552 Oxford martyr, Bishop Hugh Latimer, writes 'The world was ordained to endure, as all learned men affirm, 6000 years. Now of that number there be passed 5552 years, so that there is no more left but 448.' (i.e. 2000 AD).
1595 Arnold de Wion, a Benedictine monk, publishes the so-called 'Prophecies of Saint Malachi' in the name of Malachi O'Morgair, an Irish bishop who died 1148 (canonized in 1190), which claims to describe 112 popes from his time to the end of the world and Christ's return as 'Terrible Judge'. De Wion's effort should be seen against the background of the Catholic Church's counter-reformation in reaction to the spread of Protestantism. (See 1979).
1640 The 'Fifth Monarchy Men' designate 1650 as the start of the End and 1700 as the coming of the Millennium (calculated as 1290 years for the days of Dan.12:11, + 365 AD for the abomination-of-desolation of Caesar Julian the 'Apostate'  + 45 years for Daniel's captivity = 1700 AD).
1648 Rabbi Shabbetai Tzevi of Smyrna declares this year as Israel's Redemption.
1654 Ussher of Armagh fixes the date of Creation as 4004 BC (26th October at 9 AM), and the End as 1997 AD (6000 AM of the Great Week) when the Millennium begins.
1665 Shabbetai Tzevi is proclaimed Messiah by most Jewish communities of Europe and the Middle East.
1666 Tzevi is arrested by the Ottoman government and then converts to Islam.
1700 The Millennium does not come (see 1640).
1733 Isaac Newton thinks the Coming of Christ to be about 2000 AD.
1774 Ann Lee (tongues-speaking Quaker) founds the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing (Shakers) as the Millennial church in America (promoting celibacy). She declares herself to be the reincarnation of Christ and female aspect of God's dual nature. The Shakers win the admiration of many for their inventiveness (the circular saw, screw propeller, rotary harrow, etc), model farms and their orderly prosperous communities.
1790 Catholic prophet Suzette Labrousse, inspired by the French revolution, announces the coming of the Millennium to be in the year 1800.
1800 The Millennium does not arrive (see 1790).

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1802 Prophetess Joanna Southcott in England begins 'sealing' the '144 000' elect for the End. Her thousands of followers include some Anglican clergy.
1825 Britain's Rev Edward Irving predicts that Christ will return in 1864 (the Irvingites are the origin of the Catholic Apostolic Church, and today's New Apostolic Church. The Old Apostolic Church is a South African break-away from this group).
1826 Edward Irving begins his "school of the prophets" focusing on end time issues.
1827-1828 Henry Drummond (Church of England), Edward Irving, and others, meet at Henry's Albury estate and crystalize a (eurocentric) historicist interpretation of Bible prophecy in the light of the French Revolution using the Bible's 'days'= years as the key to reconcile Scripture with history, such as -
"The 1260 years (sic.) of Daniel 7 and Revelation 13 ought to be measured from the reign of Justinian to the French Revolution".
1829-1833 Edward Irving, Henry Drummond, and John Nelson Darby develop the 'pre-Tribulation Rapture' theory of Christ's Return. Darby (Plymouth Brethren) promotes the idea as part of a dispensational division of history. Through the Bible notes of a lawyer, C.I. Scofield, the Irving-Drummond-Darby 'pre-Tribulation Rapture' theory spreads among Christians to become the dominant End Time view in most evangelical and pentecostal circles.
1832 Latter Day Saints (Mormonism) founder, Joseph Smith of America, says:
"I was once praying very earnestly to know the time of the coming of the Son of Man, when I heard a voice repeat the following: Joseph, my son, if thou livest until thou art eighty-five years old, thou shalt see the face of the Son of Man; therefore let this suffice, and trouble me no more on this matter." (Doctrine & Covenants 130:14-15). 
Joseph Smith declared: "I prophesy in the name of the Lord God, and let it be written--the Son of Man will not come in the clouds of heaven till I am eighty-five years old." (History of the Church, Vol.5, pp.336-37).
1833 November 13: A large meteor shower is observed, which Ellen G. White (later, principal teacher of the Seventh-day Adventist movement) declares to be "the last of the signs of His (Christ's) coming" (1888:333/4).
1840 Josiah Litch ('Signs of the Times, and Expositor of Prohpecy', August1, 1940) predicts the end of Ottoman power to be August 11, 1840. Turkey's acceptance of the protection of the allied powers of Europe on that date is widely regarded as the prediction fulfilled, and so the historicist (Miller's method) prophetic interpretation gains great credibility leading to a wide acceptance of his 1844 prediction.
1844 Joseph Smith dies without seeing the Lord's Return or his 85th birthday. 
March 21: William Miller, encouraged by some clergy, calculates this date as Christ's Return based eroneously on Daniel 8:9-26. (See 1840). It fails and its 2300 'years' are recalculated from and to autumn rather than spring in 457 BC.
October 22 (Jewish Yom Kippor): The Return of Christ predicted by Miller's Adventists (numbering about 100 000) fails again. 
Ellen White later defends this date by blaming the churches of the time and God, saying that it was the church's view that the word 'sanctuary' in Dan.8:14 meant earth rather than heaven that led to the error (White 1888:352), and that "God designed tp prove His people. His hand covered a mistake in the reckoning of the prophetic periods." (White 1888:373). 
She re-interprets this date as the beginning of a 'cleansing of the sanctuary' in Heaven instead, and commits herself to the Great Week model of prophecy (White 1888:659).
1845 The Seventh-day Adventist movement, guided by Ellen White, develops her doctrine of the 'mark of the Beast' as Sunday-worship under a papal Antichrist, in explanation of Christ's 'delayed' Return with a theory of a change in Christ's Heavenly ministry in 1844 AD. The United States of America is damned as the 'False Prophet' of the book of Revelation.
1864 Edward Irving's predicted Return of Christ fails (see 1825).
1888 Ellen White publishes 'The Great Controversy', teaching  6 000 years of Satanic activity (from Adam's fall to Christ second coming, page 673), the Great Week theory.
1889 Michael Baxter, editor of the Christian Herald, announces in his book The End of This Age about the End of This Century that 1896 would witness the Rapture of 144 000 devout Christians, and that the world would end in 1901.
1896 Baxter's Rapture does not happen.


Edited by Huldah, 19 June 2004 - 05:29 PM.

"But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." John 4.14

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Posted 19 June 2004 - 05:04 PM

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1901 Baxter's Millennium does not come.
1914 Jehovah's Witnesses' predicted return of Christ fails, but they now change their teaching to an invisible Coming known only to true believers.
1917 May 13th: Three small children claim to have seen the Virgin Mary standing in an oak tree. On the 13th of each subsequent month until October crowds gather to see the vision but only the children claim to see her. They also claim that three prophecies are given, two revealed and a third kept secret in the Vatican (see May 2000).
1959 April 22nd: hundreds of 'Davidians' (a break-away Seventh-day Adventist sect) at their 77 acre compound at Waco, Texas, await the Return of Christ, watched by a large crowd and the media. The expectation is broadcast across the United States - and fails (see 1993, February 28th).
1965 July: self-styled prophet, William Branham, declares in response to a California earthquake: "The Scripture reader or even a--a believer knows that we are now at the end of the history of the world. There will be no use of writing it, because there won't be anybody to read it. It's at the end of the time. ..."
1973 Hal Lindsey publishes in his best-selling book 'Late Great Planet Earth' that there will be only one generation between Israel's new statehood and the End Time. Although he does not state the date he provides many of the arguments upon which the date 1988 is based.
April,Rev. David Wilkerson claims a supernatural vision of imminent world-wide disaster of unprecedented proportions, economic collapse, famine, earthquakes, etc., in 'this generation', leading to Christ's sudden evacuation of Christians and the rise of Antichrist. 'More than one-third of the United States will be designated a disaster area within the next few years'. 
Roman Catholic Sister Agnes Katsuko at Akito, Japan, receives a message from the Virgin Mary, saying 'Father God will inflict a punishment greater than the Deluge ... Fire will fall from the sky and will wipe out a great part of humanity, sparing neither priests nor the faithful. The survivors will find themselves so desolate that they will envy the dead.' In anticipation of the year 2000. (TW Petrisko, Call of the Ages, Queenship, 1995, p.xxi)
1978 November 18th: 'Disciple's of Christ' church, 'Peoples Temple', Jonestown, Guyana, conducts a mass suicide of its 900 members (one third were under 18 years and so some probably murdered) because of a Federal investigation (they practiced suicide procedures several times over the years as a sign of loyalty to the church). Pastor Jim Jones had warned his followers that a disastrous period of fascism, race war, and nuclear holocaust was coming. In the year of the suicide 'Peoples Temple' was the highest contributing church to their denomination.
1979 'Les Propheties De Saint Malachie' (the prophecy of the popes) is published by journalist Daniel Reju, increasing apprehension of the end of the world at the end of the millenium. (See 1595).
1980s Edgar Whisenant (former NASA engineer) publishes his book, 88 Reasons Why the Rapture Will Be in 1988. 
Hal Lindsey (of 'The Late Great Planet Earth') writes concerning the so-called 'Jupiter Effect' - 'what we can expect in 1982 is the largest outbreak of killer quakes ever seen in the history of planet earth along with radical changes in climate'.
1982 Hal Lindsey's 'Jupiter Effect' prediction fails.
1988 Charles Taylor, American prophecy teacher, advertises a Holy Land tour with the incentive that by staying in a hotel on the Mount of Olives, 'if this is the year of our Lord's return, as we anticipate, you may even ascend to Glory from within a few feet of His ascension.' 
September 11/12 is expected as the date of the Rapture by Trinity Broadcasting Network, who cancel their regular programs and run videotapes instructing non-believers what to do if their families suddenly shoot up into the sky. 
September 29/30 is published by Hart Armstrong (chairman of 'Christian Communications') as a Rapture Alert date in his publications. 
October: Return of Christ as predicted by many Christian evangelicals fails (40 years (a 'generation') + 1948 (Israel's statehood) = 1988). 
Christian evangelist George Curle predicts God's judgment on Antichrist in 1999, the Tribulation in 2002, and Christ's Return and the millennium of Israel in 2005: 'the third Exodus for Israel and believing Gentiles will be accomplished in 2005 AD'.

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1991 Cape Town Reformed church minister predicts the beginning of the great Tribulation 'op die laaste' by September 1995 and Christ's Return by 2002.
1992 The Tami Church based in Seoul, South Korea, under pastor Lee Jang Rim, distributes the visions and prophecies of it's world-wide membership indicating the Rapture will happen 28th October 1992. (the Millennium will begin 7 years later in 2000 AD). 
October 28th: 20 000 members of the 'Mission for the Coming Days' (Tami Church), spend the afternoon waiting for the Rapture, resulting in great public humiliation to Christians and the amusement of the world.
1993 February 28th: Four American Federal Agents investigating illegal weapons are killed, 16 wounded, by 'Davidians' at Waco, Texas, thus initiating a siege of the premises (see 1959). The Davidians believe they are living in the days of the book of Revelation. 
March 11th:  President Clinton is appealed to jointly by Revd's Dunn (Baptist Joint Committee) and Kelley (National Council of Churches) to urgently demilitarized the Waco siege, as the 'Davidian' apocalyptic mentality would see it as 'validation of their fondest prophecies ... Whether it explodes or implodes, the result will be tragic for all'. 
April 19th: 6.00 AM Teargassing of the Waco compound begins. Davidians fire at Federal Agents. 
12.05 PM The Waco Davidian compound bursts into flame accompanied by explosions and gunfire. 74 Davidians are found dead, including 21 children (10 under five years old).
1995 Roman Catholic newspaper 'Queen of Peace' (Pittsburgh Centre for Peace, Spring, 1995) announces concerning the nearing third millennium, 'The time has arrived' ... the long awaited 'Era of Peace' predicted at Fatima in 1917 is said to be about to occur. ... The Virgin's words indicate the face of the earth will be transformed. Like the ancient cities of Sodom or Gomorrah, some nations will even vanish. Others, like Russia, are promised to blossom with new splendour. Peace will rule and the Church will reign, Evil will be paralysed, and like an old well, it will dry up and almost vanish from the face of the earth.' 
September: Rev. Malan's predicted start of the Tribulation and world rule of Anti-Christ fails (see 1991).
1997 Marilyn J. Agee, with much Christian support, publishes her so-called Bible-based predictions, as:
1998 'most likely May' Pre-Tribulation Rapture of the Bride of Christ
2007 September 12 The end of this Age (Elul 29, 5767)
September 13 The 2300th day of the Shortened Tribulation, Pre-Wrath Rapture of Tribulation Saints
  All Israel born-again in a day (who will live on into the Millennium) (Tishri 1, 5768).

2008 April 6: the Return of our Lord Jesus Christ with His saints first day of Jewish Regnal Year (Nisan 1, 5768). 
2008 May 30: Armageddon lasts 40 days and 40 nights, ends Friday (Iyar 25, 5768). 
2008 May 31: true world peace, the Millennium, begins (Iyar 26, 5768).
November 6: Archbishop Ussher's prediction fails (see 1654). But, Dr James McKeever (editor of the End Times News Digest) declares that the 6000 years of the Great Week could end 'sometime between now and the year 2030'.
1998 May: Marilyn Agee's prediction of the Rapture of Christians fails!
August 16: Samuel Doctorian announces to Christians at a Prayer Retreat on Patmos an encounter he had with the "five angels of the five continents" in his room on the island at 3:50 AM on Saturday June 20 1998 who revealed to him a program of world destruction starting immediately, during which the Christian church will be preserved. Financial crisis, nuclear holocaust, earthquakes over Asia killing millions, Australia will split and "a great part will go under the ocean". Nuclear weapons used in general war throughout the whole Middle East (which he describes as a continent) causes huge loss of life. In Europe earthquakes and flooding, "millions drown", Eiffel tower collapses, a "great part of Germany destroyed", etc. In Africa, from Cape to Cairo, earthquakes to change river flow and drown many. "There shall be a trembling of the earth like has not been seen since the creation. None shall escape the sword of the Lord". Millions die. "The final day has come. Judgment day is here." In the Americas millions die, the Atlantic and the Pacific join together, "the Amazon river turning into a great sea". "The angel said, 'It is our message. You are the instrument, the channel. What a privilege that God has chosen you to give this message to the nations.' I said, 'Lord, Thy will be done'." 
What a pity that this ultimate message was entrusted to someone with such limited resources to tell the nations so that it was only announced 57 days later (more than eight weeks!). It could have helped many Christian pensioners to avoid loosing their life savings in the slide of many stock markets following the East Asian financial crisis of this year. Amazing! 
September 20: Robert Blake 'This could see the start of the Final War, Armageddon, followed by the establishment of the Millennium in the year 2000.'
1999 January 4th, The Interior Ministry of Israel orders the deportation of 11 members of an apocalyptic Christian cult under suspicion that they were planning to commit violent acts in Jerusalem at the close of 1999, Israel Radio, 'Kol Yisrael', reports.  Three additional cult members will remain in Israel for questioning.  The 'Jerusalem Post' reports that the Denver-based apocalyptic cult intended to provoke a shoot-out by opening fire on policemen, an act they believed would hasten the second coming of Jesus.  A police statement said that "The arrests were carried out to protect certain sectors of the Israeli population and members of the cult themselves, who blindly follow" a leader who is now overseas.  According to Israeli authorities, the leader, identified as Monte Kim Miller, has claimed that he is one of the final 'two witnesses' prophesied in the New Testament in Chapter 11 of the Book of Revelation, and is said to have told his followers that he would die in Jerusalem in December 1999 and be resurrected three days later.
  July-August: A note on Nostradamus (Michel de Notredame)
Recent publications of Nostradamus' 'prophecies' as applied to whatever is the current public concern are largely inventions of the various commentators/publishers and bear little relation to his 1555 and 1558 Centuries. (The title 'Centuries' merely refers to the grouping of his rhyming  quatrains and has no reference to time).
  Evangelist Curle's predictions begin to fail. (see 1988).
July 7: Eileen Lakes - The pole-shift in July 1999 will immerse the world in the Water Baptism.(?) At 7 am GMT, according to Eileen, the world will turn 90 degrees to the right 'very instantly'. Perhaps her own surname inspired her. 
August 24: Adrian Gilbert's astrological calculation of the End fails.
September 27: H.J. Hoekstra - The date of the Rapture! - Really? 
See Apocalyptic Christian cults arrive in Israel (opens in own window)


Edited by Huldah, 19 June 2004 - 05:30 PM.

"But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." John 4.14

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Posted 19 June 2004 - 05:05 PM

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2000 April, Friday 17, Uganda: Leaders of a dissident Catholic apocalyptic sect ('Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God') burn 470 followers to death. The subsequent investigation exposes several mass murders by the sect's priests, bring the total victims to above 900, and indicating that financial gain by the priests may have been the motive.
  May: Astrologists' predicted apocalyptic disasters arising from a so-called "alignment" of the planets does not happen.
Saturday 13, Rome: The Papacy announces the content of the third and secret 'prophecy' of Fatima, being one of danger to the pope amidst a field of corpses. (see 1917).
  September 6: Daniel Adam Millar - The peace accord between Israel and Palestine on September 13, 1993 marked the beginning of the seven-year tribulation. On September 6, 2000, the Antichrist will proclaim himself God, and begin the battle of Armageddon. (This Tribulation needs to be renamed!).
September 13: The House of Yahweh - The last seven years of human history began on September 13, 1993. Presumably, the final war will then begin sometime about September 13, 2000. (ditto).
Another widely predicted Return of Christ fails (Sir Isaac Newton, et al). 
2001 Jack van Impe - This year will see the start of the Great Tribulation. Political chaos, natural disasters, nuclear war and the worldwide rise of Islam will usher in mankind's final hour. (Apart from nuclear war, what's new?).
2002 Predicted Return of Christ fails. (see 1991).
Michael Drosnin publishes his ELS 'Bible' code prediction of "world war", "End of Days" and "atomic holocaust" in the year 2006 AD (Year 5766 Rabbinic).
See: Bible Codes?
2006 According to Drosnin the world 'ends' in nuclear holocaust (or Drosnin's world if he were honest).
2007 Another predicted Return of Christ is to fail. (Based on the 40 years, a supposed 'generation', after the 'Six Day War' of 1967 which brought the ancient Temple site under Israeli political control).
2013 An asteroid larger than Jupiter will strike the earth. (If it's an "asteroid" it is in our solar system. If it's as large as Jupiter how come it is invisible?).


Conclusion : Do not try to predict the date of Christ's return. This mystery is known only to God.

Matthew 24:36 But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.

Edited by Dave Hudson, 28 August 2004 - 04:42 AM.

"But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." John 4.14




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