Is The World End Tomorrow
May 21, 2011 by staff
Is The World End Tomorrow, The date of disappearance of the world are calculated using data from the Bible and a little math, according to the literature and the website of the Family Radio. The mathematical equation used to calculate the date: 4990 + 2011-1 = 7000, which means that 2011 is 7,000 years after Noah’s flood in 4990 a. C. The one is subtracted, according to the website of the leader, because there was no year zero.
It is also said of believers that May 21 is the day because the flood waters also started on the 17th of the second month in the year 4990 a. C. and May 21, 2011 is the 17th day of the second month of the Biblical calendar of our time.
However, this is not the first time I made a campsite to-the-world prediction. He predicted that the world would end on May 21, 1994, now calls a miscalculation.
According to several news sources Camping predicted that an earthquake would take place worldwide on Saturday, which marked the demise of the earth.
Pastor Doug Suvin, Chapel of the Valley Assembly of God, said the day of the trial would not take place on May 21, 2011, because there is no indication in the Bible.
Many of his parishioners Chapel Valley have also seen the posters along Clifton and along Route 3, and have said they can not understand why an individual or group who go to such great efforts to establish a date for the Rapture.
Although not everyone is taking the signs and billboards in earnest, but some companies Clifton owners and residents complained that the signs were an eyesore and were creating excessive traffic and the commotion around shopping centers nearby.
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