I’m still here. Should I be scared?
All of my friends are having a fun time with this on Facebook. How can one scientifically determine a date based on random information? Camping is the only Bible scholar ever to deduce the date of the death of Jesus, April 1, 33 CE.
Based on this date, he assigned numbers to stand for atonement (5), perfection (10), and heaven (17). There is obviously a code in the Bible I haven’t broken yet because I don’t understand why these three words and those particular numbers are the key to the date of rapture.
Next is to multiply these numbers and then multiply the result by itself ((5 x 10 x 17) x (5 x 10 x 17)). Now, we have 722,500. So, we add 722,500 days to the date of April 1, 33 CE, and we come up with today.
Either that or, I’ve been a very bad girl.
Apparently, there are too many people to be raptured all at the same time, so God has to take them in spurts.
I almost feel sorry for those that believe(d) this man. Can you imagine the fear these people feel or will feel when 6:01 PM arrives and they are still here on earth? Yes, that’s an almost.
I read the Bible and honestly, I can’t figure any of this out. Maybe I’m not scientific enough. Maybe I’m not devout enough. I can’t understand the numbers assigned or how atonement, perfection, heaven squared equals today.
But, I’m not at all worried that I’m still here. Are you?