Category Archives: end of the world predictions

Lectionary sermon for 12 November 2017 on Matthew 25: 1-13

INSPIRED TO?…… I guess from time to time a large number of Christians have considered themselves inspired by some of Jesus’ wisdom as recounted by the Gospel writers. Yet given some of the realities of the day to day problems … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 27 November 2016 , (Advent 1 A) based on Matthew 24: 36-44

If you want to encounter some seriously nutty responses to today’s gospel simply recall the dire warnings in the false and failed predictions by the host of self appointed doomsayers over the centuries since the time of Christ. Because today’s … Continue reading

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The Jehovah’s Witness Phenomenon by Bill Peddie

The Jehovah’s Witnesses intrigue me. I guess I should say at the outset I suspect analytical thinkers would have a problem with multiple and successive failures in their predictions, with what I suspect is their continued misrepresentation of the theory … Continue reading

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CHECKING OUT THE 2012 MAYAN DOOMSDAY PREDICTION

You would think that the failure of countless silly predictions through the centuries would at least give us pause when the next doomsday is announced. But this one they say is different. It was after all predicted by the Mayans. … Continue reading

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