New Doomsday Prediction From ‘Christian Researcher’ Has Heads Spinning

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David Meade, A self-declared Bible “researcher” and conspiracy theorist who has predicted a number of failed doomsday dates is trying a new tack., he’s giving a range, instead of giving a date. “but don’t cancel your plans just yet.” because Meade, whose views fall well outside mainstream Christianity, told thehttp://The Guardian that the biblical “rapture” will take place at some point between May and December of this year. When that happens, the world won’t end but rather the faithful will be plucked off the Earth. Seven years of tribulations will follow for those left behind, only then will there be 1,000 years of peace and prosperity before the world actually ends, which would occur near the year 3025, if you give or take a couple hundred years. Meade told http://The Guardian, “anyway the world isn’t ending anytime soon – not in our lifetime.”

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The conspiracy theorist previously predicted the world would end on Sept. 23, 2017. At the time, he didn’t offer a specific form of apocalypse, however, n the past Meade has used “numerical codes” claiming a secret planet called http://Nibiru was on a collision course with Earth. Mainstream Christians have also distanced themselves from Meade’s theories along with most, if not all astronomers. “There is no factual basis for these claims,” http://NASA said in a statement.  Doomsday predictions involving http://Nibiru have been making headlines since in 2012.

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Ed Stetzer, director of http://Wheaton College’’s http://Billy Graham Center for Evangelism, wrote last year in http://Christianity Today  Everything else he or she says can be discounted.” quote, “Whenever someone tells you they have found a secret number code in the Bible, end the conversation,”

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