|cognitivedissonance - 2010-10-04 |
The logical daisy path this takes:
- Obama is the Antichrist, and is therefore Satan.
- The Antichrist is allowed 7 years to rule the planet before Christ's return.
- To not allow Obama to rule for 7 years means you're stepping on Christ's ability to start the Millenium up.
All good Christians should vote for Obama so that he has his 7 years. It doesn't matter whether they don't, since he's Satan anyway, right?
It's the absolute worst heresy to Christ to prevent him from enjoying the Rube Goldberg chain of events that leads to his return, if I'm thinking about it long enough.
Say it once, say it twice, third times a charm... come on down and I'll chew on a dog! Awooo!
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2010-10-04 |
Check out the author's credentials:
"Jeremiah holds a Bachelor's degree from Cedarville University (1963), a Master's degree in Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary (1967) He was also granted a Doctor of Divinity degree from Cedarville in 1981."
Also, looking at his books, he's been claiming the end of the world since 1992 in novel form.
|pastorofmuppets - 2010-10-04 |
In case it wasn't clear from the lack of multiple tickers, lower third, station bug, show bug, and god knows what else, this is web-only.
I love how he rattles off all of the big conspiracy theories like he's shilling TimeLife's "Classic Hits of the Fundies" but then has the balls to keep calling it original research.
|Vaidency - 2010-10-04 |
So if I convert to Christianity there will be no more Social Security or international trade organizations?
|asian hick - 2010-10-04 |
|Nikon - 2010-10-04 |
The bible didn't predict the meltdown, but Peter Schiff did. And Fox News laughed at him.
|YakooMarkTwo - 2010-10-04 |
"...Playing right into the hands of the scripture."
Don't play into the hands of the scripture.
|memedumpster - 2010-10-04 |
If the Bible predicted the meltdown no wonder it caught Christians by surprise.
|Hooker - 2010-10-04 |
Hooker: nope, it didn't!
|charmlessman - 2010-10-04 |
This reminds me of when I was living in Seattle for the "big" earthquake of 2001.
My neighbors and I were all out in the yard checking to be sure we were all OK. This woman was walking past us on the sidewalk, so I asked if she was OK. She said, "Oh yes. I'm on my way to church. You know, the Bible predicted this." I laughed a little and said, "If I predicted the future would hold earthquakes, I'd probably be right."
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