Harold Camping says that he has irrefutable evidence that the world will end on October 21, 2001, so don’t even bother thinking about what you’re going to be for Halloween next year.
A group of fundamentalist Christians in California believe that the Rapture has begun today. Is it true, or are they just taking a road trip?
An explanation, decoding a purported Hutaree statement in response to the arrest of 9 Hutaree members on charges of conspiracy of armed rebellion against the United States.
The House Chaplain says that the apocalypse is coming soon. Just what are the members of the House of Representatives supposed to do with this piece of information? Provide extra funding to FEMA? Pass a resolution directing the State Department to prepare a special diplomatic mission to greet Jesus?
When Sarah Palin talks about the plan of God, or God’s will, that’s the goal she has in mind: The Assemblies of God doctrine that Jesus and the angels will supervise the torture of non-Christians and gays – and do it just for vengeance, not to purify their souls.
The Assemblies of God teaches that this lake of fire is not a metaphor, but a literal truth. They teach that Jesus will watch over the torture of non-Christians and homosexuals – in approval.