May 21st and the Bible verses
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25-05-2011, 01:48 AM
May 21st and the Bible verses
Has anyone thought about how Harold and his followers used bible verses to try to convince people that the tribulations would begin and Jesus would return on May 21st (The bible guarantees it!), and then they turn around and begin using different quotes to cover their arse and show that they couldn't really know the day or hour (Matthew 24:36).
Doesn't this seem stupid? Shouldn't the christians realise just how silly this? Using the bible to go one way and another.

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25-05-2011, 01:58 AM
RE: May 21st and the Bible verses
I think if those followers actually read the Bible they'd notice. Harold Camping most likely knows that his followers don't, and instead listen without a shred of skepticism to whatever he says.

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