December 1, 2022

The Religious Wrong

Last week, we were supposed to have fallen victim of John Hagee’s four blood moons tetrad prophesy. That didn’t happen, but Hagee made a fat sum of money on his book scaring his megachurch following into the end times, and no one will hold him accountable for being wrong. Harold Camping’s failed end-of-the-world prophesy in 2011 actually cost lives, both in lives lost and in lives ruined, but they’re at it again. Camping’s eBible fellowship said the earth would be “anihilated” …yesterday. What a surprise that we’re all still here.

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