> He opined that popular predictions of the apocalypse, the Rapture, the
> End of the World, tend to peter out after 2000. In fact, there are no
> religious -- presumably he meant Christian -- predictions of the end of
> the world with deadlines after 2012.
I doubt the Christians will run out of Apocalyptic scenarios. They have
been predicting the end of the world within the next decade for 2000 years.
I remember the end of the world be signaled by man on the moon, the energy
crisis, when the planets aligned, Iraq/Iran, the European Union, the United
Nations, Clinton, Y2K.... There will always be signs of the end-times. I
see no reason for that to stop now.
-- Harvey Newstrom <http://harveynewstrom.com> Certified Consultant, Legal Hacker, Engineer, Research Scientist, Author.
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