With December 21st loonies insisting that’s when the world will end Balladeer’s Blog has been looking at previous end of the world scares, one of which just passed.
I was informed by a sincere commentor on my Criswell post that the feast of Purim, celebrated March 7th, 8th and 9th this year, was supposed to be the date that Jesus returned to claim his people and usher in the end times. The person, from Stand In Thy Lot, was well- meaning but the Youtube kooks who ran a video announcing the imminent end of the world on Purim are bad sports, having taken down their video now that the world didn’t end.
I didn’t notice Jesus returning but it may have been lost in all the Peyton Manning talk during Purim. Maybe the end of the world has been delayed until Manning picks a new team.
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26 responses to “END OF THE WORLD MYTH: PURIM 2012”
So Jesus likes a little game of footie. Alls good!!!! I wonder who he roots for?
LOL I don’t know! That’s a good question!
Wow, there’s no end to these end of the world scares. Love the shot at how intolerant and superstitious Islam is!
You are 2 funny! And I love how you take on both Christianity AND Islam, not just Christianity like other people do.
Thanks! Glad you noticed!
It looks like there’s been an end of the world scare a few times each decade!
Ha! To say the least!
TO hell with those wimps who deleted their phony prediction!
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