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Originally posted by mothershipzeta
From the site linked in the OP:
However, the observed calendar is probably one month early. The Feast of Trumpets may indeed be October 8-10, 2010.
Originally posted by JenRecluse
Now they're saying October 9th or 10th...
You know what would be funny? If they were right about this whole thing. But wrong to assume that they would be the ones being raptured. Maybe the people of some unknown tribe in a jungle somewhere were the only people to disappear.
I wonder if people will ever stop doing this. How many generations of it not happening until people just let go of the whole thing? Is this unique to Christianity/other current religions? Or did people do this with older religions, too?
Originally posted by A boy in a dress
Still waiting by the roadside here... It rained again last night and
my Leopard-skinned suitcases now look worse-for-wear.
I'm starting to think the OP may have gotten his/her facts wrong.
If I had a dollar for everytime a truck-driver offered to... well, that's
a tale for another time.
Can inclement weather delay a Rupture?
Those dark clouds are back again.
Originally posted by antonia
I'm confused. First it was last week, now it's next month.
Originally posted by skajkingdom
There is no such thing as rapture.