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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4FJWKBQPQMOYZGQTYWQPNLLOZM Tfamily

    The person who said that about the world ending was “supposedly” basing things on the bible. To get a more accurate reading from a biblical perspective if anyone read the bible themselves they would know and read this from St Matthew’s gospel chapter 24 verse 36:
    “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.
    .. so in the end.. I guess the guy skipped over that verse in his bible…

    • http://twitter.com/geekgirlfri Melinda P.

      Everyone in my church kept talking about this, and you’re not the first person I’ve seen comment on it. It reminds me of Luke 10:21, where Jesus talks about God hiding things from the wise and prudent, and revealing them unto babes.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4FJWKBQPQMOYZGQTYWQPNLLOZM Tfamily

    The person who said that about the world ending was “supposedly” basing things on the bible. To get a more accurate reading from a biblical perspective if anyone read the bible themselves they would know and read this from St Matthew’s gospel chapter 24 verse 36:
    “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.
    .. so in the end.. I guess the guy skipped over that verse in his bible…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4FJWKBQPQMOYZGQTYWQPNLLOZM Tfamily

    The person who said that about the world ending was “supposedly” basing things on the bible. To get a more accurate reading from a biblical perspective if anyone read the bible themselves they would know and read this from St Matthew’s gospel chapter 24 verse 36:
    “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.
    .. so in the end.. I guess the guy skipped over that verse in his bible…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4FJWKBQPQMOYZGQTYWQPNLLOZM Tfamily

    The person who said that about the world ending was “supposedly” basing things on the bible. To get a more accurate reading from a biblical perspective if anyone read the bible themselves they would know and read this from St Matthew’s gospel chapter 24 verse 36:
    “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.
    .. so in the end.. I guess the guy skipped over that verse in his bible…

    • http://twitter.com/geekgirlfri Melinda P.

      Everyone in my church kept talking about this, and you’re not the first person I’ve seen comment on it. It reminds me of Luke 10:21, where Jesus talks about God hiding things from the wise and prudent, and revealing them unto babes.

  • Anonymous

    The doomsday folks are just a half-bubble off plumb IMO.

    But what you’re talking about is something we “Preppers” call the “Normalcy Bias”. Water has always come from the faucet, so it always will. Food has always come from the grocery store, so it always will. I have always had the freedoms guaranteed me by the United States Constitution, so I always will, and on, and on.

    Compared to World History, or even that of the United States, our lives are short. Since we have never known anything different, we tend to believe things will always be the same, aka “It can’t happen here!”. While a total nuclear exchange or an asteroid hit are highly unlikely, it remains to be seen how all of the other smaller events (political, natural, terrorist) will effect our quality of life in the future.

  • Anonymous

    The doomsday folks are just a half-bubble off plumb IMO.

    But what you’re talking about is something we “Preppers” call the “Normalcy Bias”. Water has always come from the faucet, so it always will. Food has always come from the grocery store, so it always will. I have always had the freedoms guaranteed me by the United States Constitution, so I always will, and on, and on.

    Compared to World History, or even that of the United States, our lives are short. Since we have never known anything different, we tend to believe things will always be the same, aka “It can’t happen here!”. While a total nuclear exchange or an asteroid hit are highly unlikely, it remains to be seen how all of the other smaller events (political, natural, terrorist) will effect our quality of life in the future.

  • Anonymous

    The doomsday folks are just a half-bubble off plumb IMO.

    But what you’re talking about is something we “Preppers” call the “Normalcy Bias”. Water has always come from the faucet, so it always will. Food has always come from the grocery store, so it always will. I have always had the freedoms guaranteed me by the United States Constitution, so I always will, and on, and on.

    Compared to World History, or even that of the United States, our lives are short. Since we have never known anything different, we tend to believe things will always be the same, aka “It can’t happen here!”. While a total nuclear exchange or an asteroid hit are highly unlikely, it remains to be seen how all of the other smaller events (political, natural, terrorist) will effect our quality of life in the future.

  • Anonymous

    The doomsday folks are just a half-bubble off plumb IMO.

    But what you’re talking about is something we “Preppers” call the “Normalcy Bias”. Water has always come from the faucet, so it always will. Food has always come from the grocery store, so it always will. I have always had the freedoms guaranteed me by the United States Constitution, so I always will, and on, and on.

    Compared to World History, or even that of the United States, our lives are short. Since we have never known anything different, we tend to believe things will always be the same, aka “It can’t happen here!”. While a total nuclear exchange or an asteroid hit are highly unlikely, it remains to be seen how all of the other smaller events (political, natural, terrorist) will effect our quality of life in the future.