Saturday, October 17, 2015

This Sounds Familiar...

So it's official. The eBible Fellowship, which predicted the end of the world on October 7th, has now taken up the mantle of the late Harold Camping.

The fellowship is one of the remnants of Camping's ministry, which incorrectly predicted that the world would end first in 1994 and then in 2011. Now, only a day after this last failed prediction, spokesman Chris McCann was already making excuses and hinting at a new date.

'We believed there was a strong likelihood that God would complete His judgment and bring about the world's destruction on that day.There was much biblical information pointing to this date and we freely shared it with all.

'Yet, consistently stressing throughout the entire time period that the world ending on that date was a "strong likelihood." Since it is now October 8th it is now obvious that we were incorrect regarding the world's ending on the 7th.'

McCann claimed the group had predicted the wrong date. He wrote: 'E Bible Fellowship was incorrect regarding the specific day of its end, but we were not incorrect concerning the fact that it will one day soon come to an end.'

I keep hoping that one of these days these neo-Millerites will figure out that their cherished "formula" is all wrong and just give up. Every single prediction of the literal end of the world has never come to pass, not even close. What part of "but of that day and hour knoweth no man" don't these self-proclaimed Biblical literalists understand?

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