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Originally posted by jnthemyst
I just registered because of this thread. I'm not sure what to think, I've read both of his books and listened to the interviews and found it all very fascinating. I guess only time will tell if he's who he says he is. I will say this though, it's extremely frustrating seeing people comment on him without having read the books or listened to the interviews because none of the comments here can refute anything he's said because he's already addressed pretty much every skeptical view of his claims in the books and interviews. There is no doubt in my mind he truly believes everything he's saying. I'd recommend everyone who is interested in end times and bible prophecy to order the books, they're free.
According to Weinland, there are seven thunders that are uttering at this very time that he predicts will increase dramatically in February and then in april something happens to shake the world to it's foundations. He likens the seven thunders to the rain falling in Noah's day.
Originally posted by Firestorm
So in 2008 this is all that God can come up with before the big finale?
True that there were instances like this in the old testament that God wiped out entire peoples but those instances were to further his plan.
In the bible with 'big' events God usually gives signs, wonders, prophesies and all that stuff. If we look at the Noah's Ark portion Noah both warned the people and built the ark. In Weinland's prophesy there is only the warning portion where he claims that the physical evidence or some type of tangible proof will be in the form of the actual chain of disasters...
The other inconsistencies are that he plays on the 'like a thief in the night' where we are too distracted (and don't forget not worshiping the correct way like he says) to notice this trickle of supposed truth. Or he is just trying
to get some attention (and fame?) which should be a no-no for a God fearing pious Christian. Altogether this is a grave responsibility that he puts on himself because if this prophesy does not happen than he will be called Mr. False Prophet by the neighbors.
[edit on 4-1-2008 by Firestorm]
He is by no means a genius and is in point of fact very average with his vocabulary and over all knowledge as a preacher. I would be betting my money on him being a lunatic due to his claim of being one of the "Witnesses" in the final days and that his Church of God also produces the second witness.
He never said he wasn't a witness, according to him, God hadn't revealed to him that he was a witness in the timing of the first book. In no way does that make him a phony.
Originally posted by TheArchAngel
Read that about this phony. He changes like a chameleon.
First he publishes he is not one of the two witnessess, then publishes that he is, lol.
Just another typical false prophet.