Today’s column at WorldNetDaily is addressed to a few fellow Christians who are constantly telling everybody the world is going to end, and soon. Hey, maybe it is, but for over a couple thousand years now, each generation has had a certain level of expectation. With each passing generation, Jesus hasn’t returned, though many Christians were running around ensuring everybody at the time that He was coming any day. Is this good for our religion?

Some claim (as early emails I’m getting prove) that biblical teaching compels us to constantly remind people that Jesus is returning soon. (Not only that, but apparently anybody who disagrees with this fact are indeed Atheists)

The column addresses not the belief and teaching that Jesus will return, but those who continuously point out that He’s coming “now!” Read “The ‘End of Days’ daze” for more.

By the way, I’m flattered beyond belief to hear from so many people who seem to think that my column is itself a sign of Christ’s imminent return. Seriously, get a grip, people. Stop breaking the Thorazine in half and try the full dose.


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