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The Doomsday Code Paperback – April 27, 2010
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The author adds up all the days and years mentioned in the old testament to arrive at his prophesy that the world will end on 05/21/2011 and the earth will be destroyed on 10/21/2011. When 05/21/2011 passes without incident, what then? In the old testament, there was a special fate reserved for those who prophesied falsely.
And if the prophesy is false, what of the contents of the book and all the conclusions the author draws? Should anybody spend time teasing out the truths in the book? How can one even do that if it is mixed with error?
The author purportedly derives his findings from the bible, though I suspect his findings are mixed with anger over this world age and disgust over the folly of man. At best, this book is the author's interpretation of the bible. I suggest you read the bible if you really want to know what it says. Don't read a book about the bible where someone else tells you what it says. Alas, many of us are lazy and to some extent, sheeple. Easier to have someone tell us what to believe than to actually find our own truth in things. That way, we can watch more TV, catnap, and do other thins that are important in our lives :)
Believers, see you all May 22nd.
The basis of this book is secular. The author of this book used the writings of Harold Camping as the book's foundation, including Harold Camping's book called Time Has an End: A Biblical History of the World 11,013 B.C. - 2011 A.D.. In this book, Mr. Camping aggressively and emphatically taught that Christ would return and Judgment Day would begin on May 21, 2011; and that the end of the world would occur on October 21, 2011. He continued to teach these lies even after May 21, 2011.
The book hinges on what the author describes as "the timeline" or the "biblical" calendar of history.
If you use the Bible only, then you can NOT validate the "biblical" calendar of history. Some people say "if you start with 931 B.C....", but how would you know that year if you used the Bible only? You wouldn't. Yet it is so natural to think this way.
The Gregorian calendar is not biblical; no man-made calendar is biblical. If you add the Gregorian calendar to the Bible (even just a little bit...just one tiny date), then you are in violation of Revelation 22:18. It really is that simple. There are no B.C. or A.D. dates in the Bible; nor can you arrive at such dates without ADDING something to the Bible.
We are seeing one of the dangers of adding to God's Word. How can anyone deny the many proofs and coincidences? What really happens when we add to God's Word...even when we think it is justified? Perhaps "miraculous" things happen...things that would lead us to believe that what we have done is the right thing.
When we add to God's Word, terrible things happen.Read more ›
See you on the 22nd!!
I make many predictions also. I figure if I make enough of them 25% will be true.
Prediction Number 1,234,323,233 - I will write a review for this book!
See it came true. You should follow what I say.
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I'm pretty sure this guy has no idea what he's talking about so if anyone actually believes this they are complete idiots.Published on May 20, 2011 by J. A. Rivera
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