Disaster porn meets Baptist prophecy in this lovely 9/11 commemorative event, guaranteed to scare you to death. I do have one question, though. If the End Times mean Jesus is going to come back, as these folks all say, then why would you want to delay the end of America? Isn’t it supposed to happen so Jesus can be welcomed and everything will be all hunky-dory peachy-keen fine? ...
Crazy or mainstream?
Apparently, seeing signs of the apocalypse in the every day is only crazy if you’re a naked slasher attacking neighbors. If, instead, you are renowned evangelist Billy Graham’s daughter, why, seeing signs of the apocalypse is pretty normal. Anne Graham Lotz has a new book, Expecting to See Jesus: A Wake-Up Call for God’s People, which details some of the signs of the apocalypse she...
Signs of the apocalypse: Naked slashers
Well, yes, technically earthquakes in one place after another are supposed to be one of the signs of the end. But certainly the appearance of a naked slasher following an earthquake qualifies as a special sort of apocalyptic sign. In New York City, following the 5.8 earthquake on August 23 but before the killer tropical storm on August 27, a naked slasher killed one person and injured four...
Don’t worry about the End of Days. Worry about the End of Money. Not only do incidences of the words “Armageddon” and “apocalypse” go through the roof when used in conjunction with the economy lately, but apparently—-according to TIME magazine—-there’s money to be made in the apocalypse. That is, if you’ve got a good idea, like, for instance,...
Yes, they are "Livin' for the Apocalypse"
In case you missed the TLC/Discovery documentary last weekend, here’s some info about the documentary, Livin’ for the Apocalypse. It’s all about preparedness. So how do you tell the difference between a regular Boy Scout and a depressed end of the world junkie?
Our Earth is degenerate in these later days; there are signs that the world is...– Assyrian clay tablet from 2800 B.C. (see “Ten Notable Apocalypses That (Obviously) Didn’t Happen” via Smithsonian.com.